All of us have been put here for some kind of transcendent purpose. It’s the ground rent that you pay for being a human being on this earth.” Joe Ehrmann

 

How can you find your purpose in life? In this episode, the last in a special series of six, Brian and Joe Ehrmann teach how you can discover your transcendent cause and really make a difference in the world. Topics discussed include why the wounds of your past can ultimately serve others; how purpose can be found in the everyday, not just the heroic; why the spiritual disciplines of silence, solitude and journaling are so important; and how you can leave a lasting legacy.

 

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YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Why you must be healthy to the core to find your transcendent cause.
  • How your unique gifts, interests and abilities influence your purpose.
  • Why finding your passion will help you uncover your unique purpose.

 

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

InSideOut Initiative

Gilman School

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Man’s Search for Meaning,” by Viktor E. Frankl

Viktor Frankl Institute

Episode 164, The Best Interview of My Life with Neil Armstrong

 

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:

“The first thing you have to do is really look at the path that you’ve already traveled. I think the past of where you’ve come from – with all the brokenness, with all the wounds, with all the challenges – it’s that path that’s going to take you to the future and help you discover your own transcendent cause.” – Joe Ehrmann

“We can use the wounds of our past to ultimately serve and help humanity and it actually makes us more valuable.” – Brian Buffini

“Power is perfected in our weakness. And I would say that purpose is often birthed in our pain; it provides substance and meaning and values in our lives.” – Joe Ehrmann

“The first thing you need to do in order to discover your own personal purpose is to be healthy to the core.” – Joe Ehrmann

“He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.” – Nietzsche

“It all boils down to one simple question:  how do you want to be remembered?” – Joe Ehrmann

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