Tag archive: purpose

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TweetSO MANY PEOPLE are operating without a vision or sense of purpose today. Most of my working life has been spent helping others find direction and inspiration, uncover their dreams and grow the confidence to reach new goals. This is my series of online courses to give you some great opportunities for self-discovery and the…

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Dilemmas, Contradictions and Dichotomies – Living in a Complex Universe

Tweet  Me, I love a good dichotomy. It’s when I’m surest of all, that I’ve likely stumbled on something useful.  I think of a dichotomy as a kind of mind-bending contradiction; a higher order of contradiction that involves points of particular value. In the pursuit of our Vision and Purpose, we will especially find early on in that…

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Global Citizenship

TweetA word in favour of contribution. Whether or not you think in terms of your vision being global or local, designed to impact the lives of others or just your own, everything you do does impact globally, and does impact the lives of others. I love the theory of the butterfly effect, which you can…

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Obstacles to clarifying and implementing our Vision and Purpose

Tweet99.9% of obstacles to being able to develop and implement our Vision and Purpose, are in our head. We are our own worst enemies.  And conveniently, we generally choose to blame a lot of other things and people and events. Our most common self-imposed obstacles: Over-thinking – many of us think waaaaaay to much, and in the…

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Vision and Purpose

TweetVision and Purpose. Common enough words these days, but pretty difficult to figure out.  There’ve been so many words like this used and misused in corporate circles and the ‘happiness’ industry, that it’s any wonder some value remains in them today. They are though important and useful words.  They can provoke a wide range of definitions, so…

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