Ways to Use Your Life Path Number for Success
At the moment you were born, your soul took on certain personality traits that make you unique, and aligning your life to them helps you find success and enjoy what you do. Using the system of numerology, you can recognize your own unique gifts to help you find a path that is both enjoyable and rewarding. When it comes to your career, we look first to the life path number, which encompasses your core personality. It reveals your personal talents and it will help you understand where you can best focus your strengths.
Following what is in your heart is not always an easy task. We may feel pressure to do other things based on plans we’ve made or even people in our lives that discourage us when we share our dreams. Often we don’t follow our life paths because we haven’t clearly defined what we want. More often than not, we don’t have a step-by-step plan to get us there.
Today, we’re going to show you how to use numerology and your life path number to help you get clear on what you want and how to get there. When it comes to success, we people that enjoy what they do usually end up more successful. That can happen for you too with the power of your life path number.
A 7-Step Plan for Success Using Your Life Path Number:
Grab a pen and paper and get ready to be inspired and change your life today!
Step 1: Write Down Three Strengths of Your Life Path Number
First, use our life path calculator to find out what your life path number is. Then visit this page and click on your life path number to help you identify personal strengths. Write down three that stand out to you. You may find that the things you write down are things you already knew, or they may completely surprise you.
You can also check out our Introduction to Numerology article series, which has more in-depth information on the significance of each number:
Step 2: Brainstorm (At Least) 3 Careers for All 3 Strengths
Now, take some time to brainstorm which careers would be well suited for someone with the three strengths you’ve written down. Do include things that seem out of reach if they excite you. Don’t include things you despise. Think about careers that help others and are contributing to the big picture in some way so you don’t end up choosing a career that won’t fulfill you at a deep level for the long term.
Step 3: Rank Them to Find Your Favorite
Next, take some time to put the jobs you’ve brainstormed in order from your least favourite to the one that really makes you feel most excited. Don’t be afraid to dream big! Notice if excuses or fears come up, but don’t listen to them for now. This will be especially useful if you have a rather long list of potential careers! Also, remember that you’re allowed to change your mind or pick more than one job to top your list.
Step 4: Research What Training You Need & Plan for Any Costs
Starting with the career you ranked as your top pick, what training do you need to improve your skill set to become qualified for the job? Perhaps you need a book, a class, a certification, or to start applying for post-secondary education? Price out some options and do some research to find the costs and dates of any training you might need. This is an exciting step, but can of course be overwhelming. Remember that you’re not committing to anything right now, you’re just figuring out what will work best for you and which small changes you can make in your lifestyle right now.
Step 5: Make a Plan to Lower Overhead & Save Money
Once you know the costs of the necessary training, it’s time to look at where you’re spending your money. Sometimes we need to lower our rent, reduce our bills, or sell some things. Some of you may want to start a second job to save up the money. Uber, Lyft, and Doordash are flexible second jobs that can help raise funds to follow your dream.
Step 6: Get Your Training
Now it’s time to sign up for your training program, class, or buy that book you need to start learning. The more you immerse yourself in studying the career you are going to be successful in, the less fear you will have. If you feel like you’re outside of the career, studying will help you feel like it’s a part of you.
Step 7: Apply!
Once you have your training, start researching companies that you love and go ahead and apply. Follow up on your applications and feel free to reach out to companies that don’t have a job listed. If you’re doing your own thing, get your marketing strategy ready by creating a website, printing business cards, or attending networking events.
Changing your career doesn’t have to mean you change everything about your life! At some point in life, many people have to change career paths and the fear of change can be daunting. But, with your knowledge of numerology and your life path number, you can feel more confident in taking those risks that will catapult you into success.
And, make sure to keep up with your free daily horoscope and weekly career horoscope for that extra motivational boost. You’ve got this!
Related Article: Are You Following Your Life Path? Let Uranus Show You The Way