The inevitable question, whether its at a party or in a routine conversation with your parents, always pops up- "What do you want to do with your life?"
As a teenager, most of the time it's hard to answer the question on the spot. Over time, one's purpose is revealed, but this might not happen till later on in their life.
Fortunately, there are steps that you can take in order to make that purpose clearer.
It's super advantageous to find your purpose in these teenage years. Finding your purpose now is an advantage, because you have so much more time to actually do whatever the purpose is.
We asked motivation speaker, Sunil Robert, also the author of I Will Survive and Bound to Rise, to speak on how teens can discover their purpose and what steps they can take in order to live the most rewarding and fulfilling life possible.
We hope these tips help you figure out what exactly you want to do in life, and realign your goals in order to make that happen.
Sunil Robert Vuppula is a global executive with a career spanning 25 years across India, Europe and North America having worked in reputed companies like Eureka Forbes, Acer, iflex/Oracle and TCS. He started his career in the late ‘80s in Engineering Sales, and moved to Advertising and finally settled in Corporate Communications and has won global accolades for his ability to build brands.
His mission is to change the world through his communications skills. In addition to being a writer, he is also a motivational speaker and leadership coach. He has delivered training programs to engineers and executives working in Fortune 50 corporations like Target, Apple, Walgreens, AIG, Bank of America and other leading tech firms.
His debut work - a rags to riches memoir 'I Will Survive' launched in 2010 was a bestseller endorsed by global leaders like Ratan Tata and Joseph Kennedy II. His second book 'Bound To Rise' has just been launched in India and has recommendations from leaders like Anand Mahindra, N Chandrasekaran and Dr. Bala Balachandran. He was recently selected by iCONGO for the Rex Karmaveer Global Fellowship award for his effort to inspire India's youth.
Sunil currently lives with his wife Prafulla and sons Aman and Sahil in Edison, New Jersey.