Something he said haunted me for a long time . . .

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The "he" was Buckminster Fuller who said, “Your true purpose will forever remain obscure.”

I’ve learned a lot of profound things from Bucky over the years. But this quote caused me considerable angst. Because, you see, my greatest fear was of reaching the end of my life without knowing why I was here.

But several years after Bucky passed away, I came to understand what he meant.

Just as the honey bee doesn’t realize that its true purpose is to pollinate flowers—they think it’s about the nectar—perhaps we have a higher “unknowable” purpose.

Since there are many mysteries in the Universe, it may be that we’ll never fully understand our TRUE purpose—at least not in this lifetime.

But I think understanding our purpose is still a worthy investment.

It gives meaning and value to what we do.

And to help you discover your purpose, we’ll be conducting a free Teleseminar with our friend and colleague, Lynn Scheurell on Thursday at 3 PM ET.

Join us for this free teleclass to discover:

  • Five ways to know what your purpose isn't
  • Four signs of being off-purpose
  • Five keys that demonstrate you are on purpose
  • The unique challenges that you face in discovering your purpose
  • Three ways to know you're ready for big change
  • The power of the "not knowing" feeling
  • Four vital insights that make a difference when you know your purpose
  • The three most important things you can do to foster knowing your purpose
  • And more . . .

 
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TeleClass Details
 
Put this on your calendar . . .
 
Discovering Your Life's Purpose
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And join us for some real insight into discovering your life's purpose.
 
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PS: Here's what another of Lynn's listeners said about her teleseminar:

"Oh my Gosh, what a call—you are the most authentic and sincere person and apparently filled with creative ideas and clear thoughts about almost anything. I really do admire you—and when listening to you I feel a deep sense of trust in everything you're saying. In the deep of my gut I just know it's true what you say. Thank you for that."

TO LISTEN TO THE REPLAY, CLICK THIS LINK NOW. . .