Ikigai as a path for a purposeful and fulfilling life
Recent events have touched us all – brought us in contact with our own mortality and forced us to refocus our values of security and safety. “Change” has us thinking about “what’s next?”:
Are you at a pivot point in your life?
What would you do if you had one year left on this earth?
What can you do to create a positive future for yourself and your family, your society, the planet?
What is your purpose in life?
I believe everyone has a “Life Purpose” – a purpose or reason to get out of bed each day.
Do you know yours?
We live in a world of constant change – and never has this been more stark than now – with staggering statistics concerning Covid-19 and related deaths, with horrific stories of massive bush fires in Australia and California, with global recession and global depression knocking on our door, with governments driven by self-interest and short-term gain.
Of course, there is a “flip-side” – we have the promise of emerging technologies that offer exponential growth and new business model opportunities – but these also bring unprecedented change to the lives of those impacted by the innovation.