The pursuit of finding one’s purposes in life mandates removal of the “me”, “myself”, and “I” from the search. The “purpose” then no longer is a fact-finding mission. It is simply a by-product of the experience — the experience of truly bonding with your habitat, be it family, work, or community.

It is relatively easy to define a set of values to be hung as posters on office walls. It is harder to sustain those ideals through tough sales targets and challenging project deadlines. The hardest test for authentic leadership is when those values conflict with each other during an unprecedented crisis.

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