By creating a business that is in line with your Single Motivating Purpose, you’ll enjoy more fulfillment and boost your profits. But how do you know if you are living your purpose? How do you know if you have built a business that is in line with what is most important to you?
As entrepreneurs, we can get so busy managing our business that we lose site of the “why” that originally motivated us. In this episode we present a way of checking in with yourself, to see if you are still on the right path.
Use the nine questions we offer, to find out if you are indeed living your purpose.
In This Episode
- How to get rid of competitive, jealous feelings once and for all
- Why value creation is required in order to fulfill your purpose
- Why one company was willing to let go of 25% of the revenue to follow their purpose
- Why procrastination may or may not be related to your purpose
Items of Interest
- How to Do What You Love by Y-Combinator founder Paul Graham
Today is my last day at my day job.
It hasn't happened the way I thought it would, but it's happening! The income isn't coming from the internet business I built, though some small revenue is coming from that. Instead using the principles that I learned from the Academy I have branched into being a consultant for some very select groups.
Next week I start a podcast to help reach more of that group, and I'm so pumped about taking action in another area as well.
Just want to say a public thanks to Jeremy and Jason. Your course has helped me make a lifelong dream come true.
While this book is a couple years old, it’s been the perfect book to read in a time when we are re-calibrating our Single Motivating Purpose. Zappos is an example of a modern-day company that is living its purpose. Delivering Happiness gives you the inside look at how they do it.
- Download Are You Living Your Purpose (PDF)
- Spend 30-45 minutes answering the questions included in the guide
- Listen to the episode "The Importance of a Purpose-Driven Business"
What do you think?
Is there a time when you were not in line with your purpose? How did you know? How did you bring your business back in line with your purpose?