Category Archives: Fulfillment

Pursuing happiness, following passions, searching for fulfillment and reward from experiences

Weathering the Storms

“Life is a constant challenge. It’s full of unexpected detours that no one but you can navigate.” said Sheryl Crow. Dolly Parton wrote, “The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.” … Continue reading

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On Your Purpose

In a recent blog post, John Maxwell speaks about finding your life’s purpose. He says that many people come to him with the question, how do I find my life’s purpose. His reply is, “If you want to discover your … Continue reading

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On the Power and Magic of Being Vulnerable

Leo Christopher tells great leaders: “Vulnerability is the essence of connection, and connection is the essence of existence.” In his recent podcast interview on Player Networking Event (PNE), Quentin (Q) Williams speaks about the power of vulnerability, a  magical and … Continue reading

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Living Life as a Gift

“Focus on ‘Get to’ vs ‘Have to.’ Each day, focus on what you get to do, not what you have to do. Life is a gift, not an obligation,” writes Jon Gordon in his weekly article, 21 Tips for a … Continue reading

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Reflecting Back and Living Forward

These were the promises and excitement that filled the hearts and souls of great leaders as 2020 began: another year of exciting growth, magnificent achievements and the realization of their dreams and purpose’s purpose.  The great leaders pause now to … Continue reading

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Learnings from the Longest Study on Happiness

In his Ted talk, What Makes a Good Life?, Robert Waldinger shares the results of the longest study on happiness.  It was conducted by the Harvard Study of Adult Development and started in 1938. Waldinger is the fourth director of … Continue reading

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On the Great Leaders’ Hunger and Thirst

In Seth Godin’s blog post, Confusing Hunger and Thirst, great leaders find a moment of pause to reflect on their choices between life’s offerings of material success and happiness and to realize that each plays an important complementary role in … Continue reading

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A Good Life Contains These Six Essentials

Every once in a while, we need a gentle reminder of things that we all know are important in our life, yet sometimes forget. In a posthumous blog, A Good Life Contains These Six Essentials., Jim Rohn’s thoughts are beautifully … Continue reading

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Everything Worthwhile Is Uphill

John Maxwell said: “Everything worthwhile is uphill.” The great leaders’ uphill climbs are the products of their continuing and relentless search for those things in life that bring value and richness to achieving their life’s purpose and meaning. Their pursuit … Continue reading

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A Leaders One Word of Advice… and a Request for Your Advice

In his recent blog post, My One Word of Advice – V3.1, Dan Rockwell shares the responses he received from leaders to the question: “What advice would you give if you could only give one word of advice?” Their responses … Continue reading

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