What if you had to distill everything you know that is wise, good, and useful into a single paragraph. It had to apply to your career and business. Let’s call this your greatest revelation–your gift to all. That’s what The Greatest Commandment is! Better yet, clarifying your 2-word purpose enriches it from being generalized into a personally and professionally specifically applicable statement of precious value and extreme usefulness.
You’ve likely heard “Life doesn’t come with a manual.” Actually, it does, and The Greatest Commandment is the condensed version.
Today let’s step beyond the Self to explore the working dynamics of God, Self, and Others.
My go-to principle is known as The Greatest Commandment. This brief paragraph is so rich in concepts for being on-purpose that we’ll be mining it for gems of useful wisdom the entire month.
Warning: Adults participating in this exercise may find it disturbing … in a healthy way to their long-term well-being. Here’s guidance to check the box most resembling your state of being. State 1 is an adult drifting through life unaware of who they are. These adolescents masquerading as adults don’t know what they don’t know. […]
Are you a “wandering generality” or a “meaningful specific?” These phrases are an aptly simple description for the state of one’s life.