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Life On Purpose: Six Passages to an Inspired Life

We’re not born knowing it, most people don’t understand it, many misidentify it, most don’t know how to determine it and the majority never find it — that is our life purpose — the most important question individuals must face and answer to achieve personal fulfillment and total health and wellness in all aspects of our lives.

Life On Purpose: Six Passages to an Inspired Life (EliteBooks, 2007), the first how-to manual to take individuals from confusion to clarity about life’s greatest question, was an award winning finalist in the Self-Help: Motivational division of the Best Books 2007 Awards sponsored by USA News.

“A gentle and heartfelt guide to the fundamentals of living a life rich in joy and contribution.Brad’s style is accessible and user-friendly, and his book a compendium of thought-provoking questions and deep convictions.” —Gregg Levoy, Author of Callings: Finding and Following an Authentic Life

From Confusion to Clarity

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