Ego-Driven Vs True Purpose

True Purpose requires a different kind of action

I’ve been immersed in the worlds of entrepreneurialism and human potential for some time now and the concept of purpose is a huge topic in both these spheres. I’ve attended numerous workshops and seminars where the host instructs participants to grab their note pads and write down their purpose or goals – business or personal. 

Guests then begin the process of searching for an answer and scribbling down their findings. I’m not suggesting you won’t find an answer in your mind, you will, but true purpose is like love – it finds you.

The purpose driven movement is certainly gaining momentum, however, for the majority it’s simply the same ‘illusion’ only reworked and repackaged under a different guise – false pretences.

What part of you needs to set goals or know the plan? And is this supposedly outdated method of organising our personal or cultural experiences ultimately serving us?

True purpose requires a different kind of action – meditated action, and apart from it’s benign influence – one’s own spirit – it requires faith in the powers that lie beyond the imagination or what the mind can conceive – the path to true radical transformation.

How radical are you prepared to be?

Quieten the mind and you will intrinsically play part in the greatest transformation our evolutionary timeline has seen; our state of being – our culture.


I work with individuals who are committed to developing the awareness and skills required to quieten the mind and live their unique expression – with a distinct focus on realising and actualising your potential for personal and cultural transformation.

The first step towards a possible working relationship is to open a conversation. I like to take one hour for an initial session, with no fee, no strings, and no guarantee we’ll continue. It depends whether we agree I can support you.

To find out more and to discuss next steps you can book your introductory session here.

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