Please join us for Becoming a Master in the Art of Living, Thursday, September 15 at 1:00 PM.
The majority of people invest more time designing a 2-week vacation, than designing their entire lives. But without a plan, we coast through life, feeling lost and directionless. The result? Most of us simply go through the motions. We’re dead….we just haven’t made it official. It’s easy to ignore these costs. But according to Swiss Psychologist Carl Jung:
“The most damaging thing in the life of child, is the unlived life of the parent.”
Your perspective matters because you don’t see things the way they are, but the way you are. If you feel defeated, discouraged, and disengaged…the world reflects a similar image right back at you. And although you were meant for more, the world isn’t going to hand you your purpose on a silver platter. It’s your responsibility to become a master in the art of living:
Master in the art of living: Someone who draws no sharp distinction between work and play; labor and leisure; mind and body; education and recreation. They hardly knows which is which. They simply pursue their vision of excellence through whatever they’re doing, and leave others to determine whether they’re working or playing. To themselves, they always appears to be doing both. —L.P. Jacks
KARY OBERBRUNNER is Igniting Souls. Through his writing, speaking, and coaching, he helps individuals and organizations clarify who they are, why they are here, and where they should invest their time and energy.
Kary struggled finding his own distinct voice and passion. As a young man, he suffered from severe stuttering, depression, and self-injury. Today a transformed man, Kary invests his time helping others experience unhackability in work and life.
He is the founder of Redeem the Day, which serves the business community, and Igniting Souls, which serves the non-profit community. He and his wife Kelly are blessed with 3 amazing children and live outside Columbus, Ohio.
Location: The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center is located at 565 Metro Place South, Dublin, Ohio 43017. Parking is free. For more information visit our website or even better join the conversation on twitter, facebook, or LinkedIn.