Is it possible to find your compelling purpose and truly have the life of your wildest dreams? Actually, anything is possible – “life is all made up!”
Being clear about your “compelling” purpose allows us to be our best selves at work, at home and in all of our relationships. It allows you to “play your bigger game.”
I recently had the great joy of speaking with published author, speaker, business coach, Coaches Training Institute leader and co-creator of “Play Your Bigger Game”, Rick Tamlyn. Rick is a shining example of the impact you can have when committed to your purpose.
While Rick has a bio that speaks volumes which you can read here, what I most want to highlight is his remarkable ability to bring out the best in organizations and people. Not only is his work uplifting, it is applicable to anyone who is looking to get “unstuck.” I believe Rick is offering a practical way for us to stay in context and not get caught up in the “particles” of life. He has created a way for anyone to get clear, have check points and stay on our chosen path.
I speak from personal experience as Rick is one of the coach facilitators of the Leadership Development program I am currently enrolled in.
- Goals are overrated when they are the only focus!
- Your impact for others is the ultimate money maker
- Understanding your “compelling” purpose is your yardstick!
- Some comfort zones don’t serve us, some do. Now what?!
- The Christmas Business that’s 365 days a year, every year
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