Nature’s Greatest Artist and Working on Purpose

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” —Mark Twain

This week:

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In 2014, I co-chaired an American Marketing Association Cause Conference on Purpose-Driven Leadership entitled, “Transformation through Collaboration”

This year we are ideating a similar gathering in September (September 8th so Save the Date). This time, it is being developed collaboratively by leaders from the SD American Marketing Association (SDAMA), the San Diego Non Profit Association (SDNA) and the local chapter of Conscious Capitalism.

Coincidentally, this week Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame delivered a commencement address at Harvard, focused on, you guessed it- PURPOSE

So today, enjoy nature’s implicit application and humanKIND’s increasing understanding of the value of purpose as the antidote for dis-engagement in work as well as hyper-engagement in life!

Nature’s Greatest Artist:
Oh The Things We Do For LOVE…
http://1funny.com/pufferfish-courtship/

Zuckerberg Joins Call for Universal Purpose: Yesterday, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg delivered a visionary commencement address at Harvard, the school where he attended before dropping out to start Facebook.
The focus of his address – PURPOSE.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/zuckerberg-joins-call-universal-purpose-aaron-hurst

From Purpose to Impact: Harvard Business Review article that cogently argues that an leader’s most important role is to be a steward of the organization’s purpose…
https://hbr.org/2014/05/from-purpose-to-impact

Thanks this week go to all my co-conspirators on purpose and Larry H.
Pay it Forward!
Love,
Neville

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“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” —Mark Twain

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