Working on Purpose

A one-day workshop toward purpose in later life

man feeding birds in Paris
Discovering our distinct purpose is a lifelong process. And as we age, one question becomes even more vital to staying alive:

"What makes me want to get out of bed in the morning?"

As many of us approach retirement and the second half of life, we begin to think about reinventing ourselves. We often begin by asking:
"Who am I?"
"Where do I belong?"
"What do I care about?"
"What is my purpose in life?"
This one-day workshop will help you begin to get clear about your life direction, and provide you with tools and knowledge to make conscious life choices. The program, based on 20 years of research and practice, was developed by Richard Leider, ranked by Forbes as one of the world's top coaches. Shae Hadden, program leader, is trained by and affiliated with the Purpose Project™, a joint project of the University of Minnesota, Center for Spirituality and Healing and Richard Leider of the Inventure Group.

To bring this program to your group, organization or city:

Photo: Jean Héloua (1921-2013) in Paris

Eldering

Elderwoman and two youth

When we choose to not see things as they are, we adapt, compromise and cope. We live an illusion and hope for things to change.

When we accept things as they are, we have the possibility of creating our own vision for the future and taking actions to make that vision reality.

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