• Living a Meaningful Life | Andrey Shtylenko

    Living a Meaningful Life | Andrey Shtylenko   Let Andrey show you that it is more than easy to live a meaningful life. Do this simple exercise to achieve the perfect day of your life in a matter of months, and soon live your perfect day every day.   Andrey Shtylenko is an entrepreneur, investor and a business mentor with a rich portfolio. He actively contributes to the startup community. He is the author of a number of programmes and lecture on business and personal development and interpersonal communicatons and networking.

  • What Would You Die For? | Brad McLain

    What Would You Die For? | Brad McLain   This talk looks at the nature and impact of extraordinary experiences, especially how such experiences may change our sense of self or identity.   Brad is a social science research professor at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for STEM Learning and is co-director of The Experiential Science Education Research Collaborative. Dr. McLain is an accomplished filmmaker originally from Norfolk, Nebraska, and he attended the University of Nebraska Lincoln for part of his undergraduate education. He is a member of the board of directors for the JGI, Jane Goodall institute.

  • What Are Your Five Principles? | Aly Somani

    What Are Your Five Principles? | Aly Somani    Aly Somani asks, “What is Your Purpose?” In this talk, he invites us to change our conception of purpose in order to begin living purposefully.  Aly Somani, social entrepreneur and educator, is committed to living a purposeful life. He has served as an instructor at the Academy of Business Leadership at UCLA, is a Global Ambassador for the Inspired Schools Project, and through the School of Greatness, works one to one with entrepreneurial change agents seeking to serve their communities. During his time as a graduate student at Columbia University Somani founded the Society for Entrepreneurship and Education. Somani has also held roles at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Microsoft, and the National Basketball Players Association. Somani continues to work with the Aga Khan Foundation and Development Network, the National Internship Program for Post-Secondary Students in the US, and also devotes time to education reform in India.

  • A Story of Purpose | Joey Reiman

    A Story of Purpose | Joey Reiman We can survive 40 days without food, four days without water but our minds can only survive 30 seconds without meaning. Human beings are meaning-seeking creatures who thirst for greater purpose. Purpose has emerged as the most powerful tool in commerce and Joey Reiman has come forth as the world’s leading expert on bringing purpose to the world of business, helping companies discover, articulate, and activate their purpose. Named One of the 100 people who will change the way the world thinks by Fast Company, Joey Reiman is CEO & Founder of the global consultancy BrightHouse, a company whose mission is to bring greater purpose to the business world. Reiman’s frameworks and methodologies have been adopted by the world’s most prestigious organizations including The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble, McDonald’s, Nestle, Carlsberg, Chrysler and KPMG. Reiman’s newest book, The Story of Purpose: The Path to Creating a Brighter Brand, a Greater Company, and a Lasting Legacy, has been named by News Observer as one of the top 25 books for Corporate America. For over a decade, Reiman has been teaching Ideation – a term he coined – as an adjunct professor at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Reiman is a frequent marketing and branding guest expert on CNN, and is a monthly columnist for BE Magazine, created by Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Arun Gandhi. World-renowned Professor Philip Kotler calls Reiman, “The Moses of Marketing”. Reiman says his greatest accolade is his self-proclaimed title of FAMILLIONAIRE, a person whose real wealth is in his family.

  • Hints to The Purpose of Life

    Hints to The Purpose of Life     In this episode of The Charged Life, high performance coach and motivational legend Brendon Burchard reveals a simple framework for thinking about your purpose, and he shares the hints the universe has given us to the ultimate question of life.   Brendon Burchard is a #1 New York Times bestselling author whose books include THE CHARGE, THE MILLIONAIRE MESSENGER, and LIFE’S GOLDEN TICKET. He is also the founder of High Performance Academy, the legendary personal development training program for achievers. Larry King named Brendon “one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world.”    After a car accident at 19 years old inspired him to turn his life around and follow his dreams, and then having the blessings to become a multimillionaire writer and trainer by the age of 32, Brendon has dedicated his life to helping others find their charge and share their voice with the world. 

  • David Brooks: Should you live for your résumé … or your eulogy?

    David Brooks: Should you live for your résumé … or your eulogy?   Within each of us are two selves, suggests David Brooks in this meditative short talk: the self who craves success, who builds a résumé, and the self who seeks connection, community, love — the values that make for a great eulogy. Can we balance these two selves? Perhaps, once we know them both. 

  • A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives – Jackie Robinson

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