Are you honest about your work?
Specifically, are you honest with yourself about why you do it and what you get out of it?
This September we'll explore the value of honesty and authenticity in choosing your own path (and the risks of following someone else's).
We'll discuss the choices we make (and are currently making) about our work.
We're trying out a new location this month, so come and find us at Wine Down 685 Folsom Street where we'll have a table reserved.
See you there!
If you've ever wondered about purpose, meaningful work, or making a positive impact on the world, this event is for you. The idea behind this group is to provide a community for conversation and exploration, a space to ask the difficult questions and to inspire and encourage each other.
I am seeking to understand my own purpose in life and am interested in meeting others who are on a similar journey. I enjoy exploring issues from all sides and having the benefit of others’ perspectives to broaden and inform my own perspective. Looking forward to many great conversations with this group!
About Questions on Purpose:
This is a group for anyone thinking about:
* how to find meaningful work
* how to live a more purposeful life
* how to make a positive impact on the world.
It's a place for meaningful conversation and discussion, for asking questions and helping each other find answers. Everyone is welcome.
Finding your purpose in work (and life) can be a lonely process, but it doesn't have to be. The idea behind this group is to provide a community for conversation and exploration, a space to ask the difficult questions and to inspire and encourage each other.
About the organiser:
My own journey to find purposeful work has taken me from Psychology to Existentialism and from not-for-profits to freelancing. In the process I've read widely on meaning and purpose, on designing your life (and work) and on living differently. Last autumn I started interviewing people about purpose - how they've found it, wrestled with it, and sometimes found peace in the process. So far I've interviewed: a Philosopher, an entrepreneur, a yogi, a very modern Buddhist monk, a blind adventurer, and many others. I'm on a mission to interview 100 people by the end of 2018 and I'll be sharing the stories as I go. I'm no an expert, and I'm not a coach, but I do understand what it's like to feel lost and directionless. I know that meaningful conversations with like-minded souls have made the biggest difference in my own search for purpose, and that is what this group is here for.
Founder of Questions on Purpose.