Life Purpose Coaching

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”    

~Mark Twain

Health risk associations of not living with life purpose:

  • Heart attack and stroke - risk 50% greater

  • All cause mortality - 50% greater.

  • Alzheimer’s- risk doubled

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

In time research will likely link more diseases.  Living a life without purpose is not only potentially deadly but always fatal to one’s dreams.  


Let’s quit looking at the problem and start focusing on getting you on a path with passion.  By doing so you take back your power and begin creating your dream. Each of us was put here to bring forth something significant and wonderful.  It’s never too late.

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But how does one get started?  It takes four steps:

  1. Take responsibility for everything in your life and stop blaming your parents, the situation, someone else, the system or aliens.  Now you hold the cards and we can start identifying and playing to your strengths.

  2. Don’t discard your cards yet!  Your problem is your opportunity. A plan with a clearly defined blueprint will soon follow.

  3. Go to Vegas- just kidding.  Ask yourself two questions:

    1. “What would living my life purpose do for me?”

    2. “What’s the dollar value of living my life purpose versus not?”

  4. Hire an experienced life purpose coach that you’re comfortable with and trust.  This will save you tremendous amounts of time and money. A coach will accelerate your progress, hold you accountable and be your partner in freedom.

“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”

  ~ Dr.  Seuss

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There is a proven process to helping you explore and find your life purpose.  It’s one of the most rewarding things I do and is a key part of my life’s purpose.  You can expect the following from my Life Purpose Coaching:

  • Having a partner that will have your back.

  • Getting crystal clear on YOUR values.

  • Not doing what you “should”  but what you truly want.

  • Identify and overcome obstacles and limiting beliefs.

  • Understand the difference between a mindset of scarcity versus abundance.

  • Discover and unleash your passions.

  • Determine your talents and strengths.

  • Create your life purpose vision statement.

  • Align your actions with your values, passions and talents to consistently keep you moving  towards your purpose.

  • Make better decisions.

  • Develop habits that serve you and eliminate those which sabotage you.

  • Develop measurable action plans that produce results.

  • Reduce the effects of stress on your health.

To take the first step on your authentic path I invite you to a free meet and greet by contacting me at reedmiloymd@gmail.com and I’ll promptly respond.

To your calling,

David R. Miloy MD

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”

~ Steve Jobs