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Is It Time to Discover Your Purpose?

How many friends and co-workers do you have who are struggling with their purpose in life? Maybe you’re having the same struggle. The truth is, we’ll never find the right career, the right mindset, or the right motivation if we’re not sure of what you were put on the earth to accomplish. One thing I’ve discovered is that your purpose isn’t multiple things, it’s more likely one big thing. If you study the lives of people who have made their mark (or “put a dent in the universe” as Steve Jobs used to say) you’ll see that they weren’t average at a lot of things, they were extraordinary at one big thing. So one of the most important things you can possibly do is figure out what that one big thing is in your life.

My book “One Big Thing: Discovering What You Were Born to Do” is about finding out what you were born to do with your life and how to use it to revolutionize your career or calling – and maybe even change the world. The Washington Post called it one of the Top 5 Business Books of 2012 and it’s just as relevant today.  But it’s really not about business, it’s about discovering what you were born to accomplish with your life – and that applies to everything – business, creative dreams, your calling, and even your family.

In a complex, multi-layered world, it’s more difficult than ever to get your voice heard and to accomplish your goals. To stand out today, you need to cut through the clutter and get noticed. Making that happen means to focus on the one thing in your life that drives you, inspires your passion, and separates you from the pack.  For everyone who’s been pulled in different directions, born with multiple abilities, or just wondered what to do with their lives, this is the answer. One Big Thing will help you not only discover that one big thing, but also teaches you the secrets of making an unforgettable impact with your life.

Order a copy, and get another one for the person in your life who’s wrestling with the same question. I’m confident it will change the direction of your future!

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  1. Probably the most important a young person should discover is what they are very interested in doing, and then stick with it.

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