Dec 19, 2018
Many men mistake passion for purpose. But Dov Baron argues that passion is about what you get, while purpose is about what you give. In fact, he believes that your purpose exists in your pain—in healing the people suffering from the very thing you need to heal in yourself.
Dov is an international speaker with 30-plus years of experience presenting at the World Business Conference, the State Department and The United Nations, among many other venues. A leading authority on authentic leadership, he is one of Inc. magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers to hire. Dov is also the founder of Full Monty Leadership and The Authentic Speaker Academy for Leadership and host of Dov Baron’s Leadership and Loyalty Show and Pursuing Deep Greatness with Dov Baron on ROKU TV.
Today, Dov joins Emerald to share the experiences that helped him define his own purpose and explain how to cultivate courage by way of a purpose greater than you. He describes how he uses his purpose as a gauge for making decisions about what opportunities to pursue. Dov also addresses the significance of packaging your offering in the familiar and the reason why you can’t shame people into raising their hand for your service. Listen in to understand Dov’s fake-it-until-you-feel-it approach to celebrating success and learn how to uncover your purpose by examining your pain.
How MLK’s death informed Dov’s desire to make an impact
The free climbing accident that forced Dov to find his purpose
Dov’s insight around the subjectivity of courage
How to cultivate courage with a purpose greater than you
How Dov decides what to pursue based on his purpose
The distinction between passion and purpose
Why you have to examine your pain to find your purpose
The significance of packaging your offering in the familiar
Why you can’t shame people into putting their hand up
Dov’s fake-it-until-you-feel-it approach to celebrating success
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.