Trend magazine from Pew Trusts is dedicated to the “Age of Anxiety.” Unfortunately, it provides an incomplete response to addressing anxiety.
Our January theme is Focusing. And quite frankly, I need this theme! Do you? Here’s a partial back cover photo of the hardcover edition of The On-Purpose Person. Do you see those words, “Is Your Life Filled, Yet Unfulfilled?” Following this ask is a string of questions starting with “Do you feel pulled in a thousand different […]
What is the working relationship between boundaries and your 2-word purpose?
In the early 2000s, I was the manager for a Winter Park, FL Little League team in the Minors — 9- and 10-year-old boys. Not having a son on the team, I was neutral about the talent and skill development of the players and playing time. This freed me to focus on creating a season-long […]
With Preparing being the October theme, Post 1 was about your Purpose and Values. Post 2 was about your Vision and Missions. Post 3 described how best to integrate your PVMV into a strategic story that is informed but not bound by your past to create your future. This post, Post 4, is about creating […]
Part 1: https://onpurpose.me/preparing-you-to-be-on-purpose/Part 2: https://onpurpose.me/pvmv-preparing-you-to-be-on-purpose-part-2/ What’s your personal narrative? A narrative is a written or spoken account of a string of events that happened in your life and reported as seen through your eyes. Therefore, our perceptions and prejudices invariably warp and wrap our account into a “factual” recollection often embellished by time. What was bad became worse, […]