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Finding Meaning


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I recently ran across this wonderful Harvard Business Review blog post by Umair Haque.  His insights help to illustrate a few key principles.  We find our purpose in the road less traveled.  Most of us spend our days trying to walk in the paths of others.  We want the things somebody else has.  We look at the self-help guru and want his charisma.  Or we look at the billionaire and long for the yachts, cars and homes.  Or we look at the self-made entrepreneur and covet her success.  When we are so focused on others and their lives, we lose the ability to present in our own lives. Continue reading