THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT DAYS OF YOUR LIFE ARE: 1. THE DAY YOU WERE BORN. 2. THE DAY YOU DISCOVERED WHY.
If you've lost your way, maybe it's because you've lost your why. If you've ever wondered if you can actually discover your purpose. The answer is...YES!
Anyone can become a master in the art of living by following the right process. The Deeper Path helps you discover the clarity, competence, and confidence you crave.
For years Kary Oberbrunner, author of Deeper Path, struggled with deep pain. As a kid, he was paralyzed by stuttering, even labeled by professionals as "learning disabled." As Kary grew older he fell into an addiction to self-injury, depression and even suicidal thoughts. Nobody knew his secret. He survived by wearing a mask.
Then Kary met someone who showed him a powerful process. Chet Scott of Built to Lead, coached him through a powerful process that literally shifted his entire life. Kary realized by numbing his pain he was also numbing his potential. Sure the experience wasn't always fun.
But by inviting acute pain, Kary overcame a life of chronic pain. And in the process, he discovered his purpose...IGNITING SOULS.
Don’t go through another day without knowing your purpose…The majority of people invest more time designing a 2-week vacation, than designing their entire lives. But without a plan, we coast through life, feeling lost and directionless.
The result...most of us simply go through the motions. We're dead....we just haven't made it official. It's easy to ignore these costs. But according to Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung: "The most damaging thing in the life of child, is the unlived life of the parent."
Your perspective matters because you don't see things the way they are, but the way you are. If you feel defeated, discouraged, and disengaged, the world reflects a similar image right back at you. And although you were meant for more, the world isn't going to hand you your purpose on a silver platter.
It's your responsibility to become a Master in the art of living. Someone who draws no sharp distinction between work and play; labor and leisure; mind and body; education and recreation. They hardly know which is which. They simply pursue their vision of excellence through whatever they're doing, and leave others to determine whether they're working or playing. To themselves, they always appear to be doing both.
The Deeper Path Cohort is a step-by-step process to make this desire your reality.