A story is not a distraction in the scuffle of a busy 21st Century. A story is evidence of meaningful purpose both understood and applied. Purpose is our portal to focus.
The act of telling a story for direction can launch us on a collective journey. To keep us safe and consistent as we travel, we each have an accountability to engage as storytellers – telling the small, important stories that assure our path, progress, and unfolding impact.
In the 21st Century, we are considered leaders when we guide others to a story of abundance. This is not about money or possessions; it is about service – giving our gift in the world. As a leader, you confidently give your gift and then lead others to give from their own confidence.
Purpose is not found in a full schedule or wickedly long to do lists. The core of your purpose is in your own authenticity – a reality guiding you in your own story. From this reality, you find focus; you confidently find your place in a larger story.
This is your gift in the world.