Episode 005 – Depression – Find Your Life Purpose Podcast

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Many of us are feeling depressed today but do not understand why. I am a personal believer that much (not all) of that depression stems from not knowing what you want to do in life, what makes you tick, and being able to realise that in some fashion through your work/career. This week we discuss the impact not knowing your purpose can have on your mental state, and how we start going about fixing it.

The Find Your Life Purpose Podcast was created by founder Chris Chillingworth to share insight, ideas, tips and experience on how to work out what it is you want to do with your life. Self described as a british bearded visionary who likes rock music, wine and formula one racing.

Find Your Life Purpose is a straight talking podcast that focuses on the real issues, talking from person experience and the experience of others. No fluff or airy fairy universe provides rubbish. We look at the actual practical things you can do to help yourself work out what it is you actually want to do in life and how to go about doing it.


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After 15 years of not knowing what he wanted to do in his life, Chris Chillingworth quit his 9-5 job back in 2012 to pursue his ambition to become an online coach. Through study and research Chris identified that the problem was with his lack of knowledge about himself and what made him tick. It was through studying this and understanding himself better that he was able to work out what he wanted to do in life and how he wanted to do it. Today Chris has coached over 1500 people and continues to do this work.


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One Comment on “Episode 005 – Depression – Find Your Life Purpose Podcast”

  1. Hi Chris,
    I just started the podcast. My career story is that I have 32 years at my employer and am ready to retire. I am looking for something to keep my interest. I really liked my job for a long time, and unfortunately it has changed or I might have stayed longer. Thanks for your tips.

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