Tag Archives: purpose
Posted on28. Oct, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I turn 40 next month. The momentous birthday has me deeply reflective, really nothing new for me. My reflective nature is certainly evident in my posts lately. I’ve spent several months attempting to inspire you to look deeper into how you lead people. More specifically, I’ve spent considerable time exploring how you can evoke meaning, [...]
Posted on10. May, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “Where in the world am I going?” At one point it seemed merely a philosophical question about life that never needed an answer. Not answering the question wasn’t the first mistake; it’s not taking the question seriously and declaring the answer. Over the past four months the question has [...]
Posted on09. May, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
We live in a turned-on world with no off button. The effects on us can be deeply concerning. We can become distracted, disconnected, deflated, hyper-vigilant, and even spiritually drained. Now transfer these outcomes in a world with no off button to work and your life. The truths, if you can take the time to hear [...]
Posted on08. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
This is the second of 14 special blog posts in the Wake Up & Shake It Up Blog series. We’ve got 12 guest bloggers. Today I share my thoughts… I need you to do one thing before you read any further. I need you to silence the skeptic voice in your head. I’m asking you [...]
Posted on25. May, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
What do your words mean to you? Do you know? Are you aware of the significance your words have on others and yourself? I observe all too often people simply uttering words only to fill the space with their voice. It’s a nervousness caused from a discomfort in having an authentic conversation. Let me give [...]
Posted on18. May, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
How do you remind yourself of what’s really important? Really. This isn’t a rhetorical question. Each day you encounter many distractions to throw your gaze off of what’s important. And I’m not talking about important things like meeting a deadline, crossing items of your to-do list, or making your sales numbers. I’m talking about [...]