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How To Live Your Life To Its Fullest

Ken Keis, Ph.D., is a leading global authority on behavioral (personality) assessment strategies and an expert in leadership, purpose, and wellness. He is the President and CEO of Consulting Resource Group International, Inc. (CRG) which has served thousands of organizations worldwide.

 
Executive Contributor Dr. Ken Keis

Death is the one universal truth we will all face. The perishable nature of life makes it inherently precious.


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Are you treating your life and the people in it as precious? If you were to pass away today, what legacy would you leave behind? Would it reflect a life lived fully at 100%, or one that merely went through the motions? Would excuses adorn your headstone?


Many people navigate life at half-throttle, lacking the will, ambition, impact, or contribution that brings true fulfillment. They often blame external factors for their circumstances, relinquishing control over their direction and outcomes.


Do you know someone who constantly complains about their life but takes no action to change it? Such a powerless position only leads to more frustration.


Imagine if today were your last day, would you feel content knowing you gave your best effort? What dreams have you postponed for weeks, months, or even years? What remains undone on your list?


Life often presents wake-up calls, reminding us to assess if we're truly living to our fullest potential. For me, one such moment was years ago outside an emergency room, tears streaming as I informed my family that my 9-year-old son, Tim, was in critical condition. His battle with a severe appendicitis highlighted the fragility of life and reinforced my commitment to live fully.


Tim, now 30 and fully recovered, continues to inspire my dedication to living life "full on." Many people struggle to live authentically because they haven't clarified what truly matters to them. They may be living up to others' expectations, burdened by confusion and unfulfilled dreams.


If this resonates with you, there's a solution.


My purpose is to help individuals find their purpose and embrace life to its fullest. This journey requires clarity on personal values, health, strengths, and self-confidence.


Life is finite and fragile. Are you making the most of it? Is there evidence that you're truly living, not just existing?

 

CRG offers "The Quest For Purpose," an ecourse designed to guide you through a step-by-step journey of self-discovery, clarifying your purpose, identity, and aspirations. This isn't just self-centered; it's about honoring yourself and making a meaningful impact. Find our more at our CRG Learning Academy.


Action steps: To living on purpose with passion

 

  1. Evaluate your life: Is there enough evidence to prove you're truly living?

  2. Feedback check: How do others perceive your attitude towards life?

  3. Legacy reflection: If today were your last, would you feel you've contributed fully?

  4. Identify changes: What adjustments are needed to align your life with your aspirations?

  5. Dream inventory: List things you've postponed and re-evaluate their importance.

  6. Review and commit: Prioritize what truly aligns with your passions and discard what doesn't.

  7. Enroll in "The quest for purpose": Start transforming your life and influencing those around you.

  8. Act now: Don't wait for a crisis to realize the preciousness of life. Live intentionally starting today.

 

Until next time, remember to keep Living On Purpose!


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Dr. Ken Keis, Expert Leadership, Wellness, Personality, Purpose

Ken Keis, Ph.D., is a leading global authority on behavioral (personality) assessment strategies and an expert in leadership, purpose, and wellness. He is the President and CEO of Consulting Resource Group International, Inc. (CRG) which has served thousands of organizations worldwide. With over 4 million words of content authored, including 4 books and a dozen assessments, Dr. Keis is also a respected author, speaker, trainer, and media guest His latest books include: Why Aren't You More Like Me?, Deliberate Leadership, and The Quest For Purpose. An engaging public speaker, Dr. Keis has conducted over 3,000 presentations and 10,000 hours of coaching and consulting.

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