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Is This All There Is?

On January 22, 2019 By

A subtle killer stalks us at various times in life. It creeps up on us and overtakes us, exhausting and draining our energy. This creeping force is more prevalent than burnout. Yet, few of us can name it.

It’s “rustout.” And, today, rustout is rampant. Effectively, rustout is the opposite of burnout. But, many of […]

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Michel Montaigne expressed that the great and glorious masterpiece of man is to know how to live to purpose.  We are the artists of our life and shape our experiences with our own brush.  When we find our unique mission, we know it with certainty from within.  We attain that which we came to do […]

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Following the Thread

On January 30, 2013 By

This poem by William Stafford is a place to return if we feel challenged by the daily grind of life and work.


There’s a thread you follow.  It goes among things that change.  But it doesn’t change.  People wonder about what you are pursuing.  You have to […]

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The LifeMap Premises

On March 28, 2012 By

Throughout a year of living purposefully, we begin to see certain themes repeat themselves.  Here are six fundamental premises on which the journey of purposeful living is based.  Contemplation of these premises will enable you to find out simply and directly what the appropriate response to life is in any given moment.  These premises, […]

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The LifeMap Framework

On March 27, 2012 By

Drawing on years of experience in life/work planning.  The Inventure Group designed a LifeMap practice tool to help build a framework for a year of living purposefully.  As its name suggests, the LifeMap serves as a navigation tool for the most important journey of all — your life!

Here are five frequently asked questions […]

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