We have been talking to a lot of people about the idea of living for something greater. The questions we often get are about what exactly that means. We believe that all people are meant to discover and utilize their passions and talents to make positive change, but we’ve learned what is most important is not what we accomplish but rather who we’re becoming in the process. We can only become the people we are meant to be when we live for something greater than just ourselves. We can have a whole conversation that lasts for days about what we can to do become people who make a true impact, but here it is in a nutshell.
1. Finding Meaning Through Self-Discovery
When I was 14 years old, my parents called me down to the basement to ask me one question: “Who do you want to live with? Mom or Dad?” As I saw the tears in my mother’s eyes and the stress on my father’s face, I witnessed my parents’ marriage dissolving after many years of arguing about one main thing: Money.