What's Your Purpose?

Author(s): Richard Jacobs

Psychology / Self Help

This life-transforming book asks 7 key questions to help you find your true life purpose and put it to action to achieve the most fulfilled life you can possibly live. We all know that true life-happiness doesn�t come from riches, fast cars, big houses and perfect partners � but where does it come from...e The answer lies in living our life purpose. In this groundbreaking book, Richard Jacobs explains that we each have our own individual purpose in life, but until we name it we can never really know what potential it can unleash in us. Finding our purpose is about finding a way of living which truly expresses our core values about life. Living to our purpose and sharing the best of ourselves is what brings us our greatest peace, happiness and fulfilment. What's Your Purpose> is the first book to offer an effective means of discovering and defining your own life purpose. Through answering a series of seven unique and deeply revealing questions, you can distil a statement that encapsulates who you really are and what is most important to you. Once you�ve found it, this book will show you how to formulate ways to put your new-found purpose to action, as well as to develop motivational techniques to keep you on track for living a life that is entirely true to yourself.

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'WHAT'S YOUR PURPOSE? is a terrific way for people to find more meaning in their lives. It is simple, straightforward, fun and fantastically effective.' -- Jonathan Brown, Head of Learning and Development,

Richard Jacobs is Director of the YES Human Development Consultancy and has successfully facilitated training and personal development seminars worldwide for over seven years. Business clients have included BT, Virgin Airlines, PriceWaterhouseCooper and Tesco. His website is: www.yesindeed.com.

General Fields

  • : 9780340734490
  • : hodder
  • : hodder
  • : April 2004
  • : 196mm X 127mm X 15mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 158.1
  • : 224
  • : Richard Jacobs
  • : Paperback