Wisdom from Brian Schwartz

The keys to finding fulfillment in life may be different for each of us, but here is what I have discovered to work for me… and the essence of what I’ve discovered after my nearly 40 years on this wonderful planet. I hope these insights launch you into the next decade with powerful new renewed force and energy.

I discovered these four distinctions in the 50+ entrepreneurs I interviewed, but I do believe at their core, they also lead to a more fulfilling life:

1. Embrace a consuming passion by sharing it with others. Surround yourself with others who share your passion and you’ll find they fuel that passion to take it further. Like a plant, if you don’t give it sunshine to grow, it will die. Never let your passions die! The ‘sticky’ passions are those more important to others than they are to you. The more you share it, the stronger it becomes. Sharing it can be like adding a drop of MiracleGro!

2. Pursue an impersonal goal. When you discover a purpose greater than yourself, you are willing to do it despite the money. It’s more about the impact on other people than on you. I have found that by focusing more on others, I am both energized and I avoid depression. Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Brian is the award-winning author of 50 Interviews: Entrepreneurs Thriving in Uncertain Times.

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Photo Credit: Gail Lynne Goodwin

20 comments

Terry Vanderbush
Terry V5 years ago

thanks

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Alicia N.
Alicia N5 years ago

Great advice-thanks

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Carmen S.
Carmen S5 years ago

thanks for sharing this inspirational article, Gail

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Rosie Lopez
Rosie Lopez5 years ago

thank u!

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Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton5 years ago

Thanks for the article.

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Sue H.
Sue H5 years ago

Thanks for sharing your point of view.

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Janice H.
Janice Hoffman5 years ago

Brian, I couldn't have said it better. Thanks for continuing to inspire me. Janice

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Siti R.
Siti R5 years ago

why wisdom isn't a product of the masses especially those in field of power?

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Janice H.
Janice Hoffman5 years ago

Brian, I couldn't have said it better. You are a great inspiration to me.

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Marianne Barto
Marianne B5 years ago

Thanks

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