“Your purpose is to use what you do best – talent – to do work you love – passion – to produce results that matter to you – mission.” Ken Coleman

 Many people feel frustrated and stuck at work, but they don’t know how to make a change or find their dream job. In this episode, Brian interviews Ken Coleman about his new book, “From Paycheck to Purpose.” Ken shares the steps anyone can take to find a career they love, do work they were uniquely created for and discover their true purpose in life.

 

 YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Why the work we do is deeply connected to our purpose.
  • Why so many people get trapped in an unfulfilling career.
  • The 7 stages to discovering and doing meaningful work.

  

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

The Ken Coleman Show

https://www.ramseysolutions.com/shows/the-ken-coleman-show

 

“From Paycheck to Purpose,” by Ken Coleman

https://www.ramseysolutions.com/store/books/from-paycheck-to-purpose-by-ken-coleman

 

Episode 113, The Power of One Question – an Interview with Ken Coleman

https://www.thebrianbuffinishow.com/the-power-of-one-question-an-interview-with-ken-coleman-113/

 

Episode 154, The Proximity Principle with Ken Coleman

https://www.thebrianbuffinishow.com/the-proximity-principle-with-ken-coleman-154/

 

Episode 289, The Blessing of Work

https://www.thebrianbuffinishow.com/the-blessing-of-work-289/

 

Buffini & Company Mastermind Summit

https://www.buffiniandcompany.com/events/mastermind-summit/

 

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:

“There are really two elements of work – provision, and contribution. And when you only work for provision, there’s a huge part of who you are that has never been engaged.” Ken Coleman

“We are souls and we are created to contribute. And if you don’t contribute something that matters to you, then there’s something missing.” Ken Coleman

“Clarity leads to confidence. And confidence leads to courage.” Ken Coleman

“To experience something of significance, it is only significant because of the difficulty of the journey.” Ken Coleman

“Ultimately how we move up in life is by improving who we are, and thus maximizing our contribution.” Ken Coleman

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