Which comes first? Your purpose or your objective? Do you know the difference? Does your plan further them? Do you know how the language you use matters at all levels of your life and business?
We often hear that we must know our purpose and that if we are not living our purpose that is why we are left unfulfilled at the end of the day. I have struggled with this concept for many years and felt like I was failing because I couldn’t articulate my purpose as it seemed it is supposed to be articulated.
Then I met my guest, Barry Laub and he presented the concepts in a different way that challenged me to look at the words I was using and the words being used by others. Pieces started to fall into place that had not seemed even remotely relevant to success and purpose.
Listen with an open mind as we discuss how objective is the thing we want to be looking at and defining and once you have that, the rest begins to fall into place.
Tweet to me @TheLauraSteward and to Barry at @BarryLaub to share your insights and ask us questions!
Barry Laub is a #1 Best Selling author, as well as an international bestselling author, President of Infinite Resources, Inc. a consulting, training and coaching company. He is known for transforming businesses, careers and lives. Barry is a highly sought after and engaging speaker.
A recent client testimonial described Barry as “having a real gift for helping his clients work on the key intangibles that benefit them professionally and personally. Through our work together in these recent months, he has provided me with the tools and foundational work to “re-engineer” my mindset, resulting in vastly more self-confidence, assurance, and savviness to deal with important business discussions and everyday situations. I can think of no book, lecture, or other teaching venue that could have been more effective.”
Barry possesses a master’s degree in guidance and counseling and special education. He had a distinguished career as a program director, guidance counselor and teacher trainer for the New York City Board of Education. After leaving the field of education, Barry received recognition as a top producing financial planner, especially in helping families that have members with Special Needs.
After his successful career in education, he created a national employee benefits company where he was CEO with over 40 employees.
Utilizing these experiences Barry maintains a private coaching and speaking practice. He conducts mastermind groups and teleseminars. He is a radio personality and has been interviewed on many television shows. His target market is primarily business owners, sales professionals and business executives. Barry is a very results oriented individual with the ability to put his clients at ease, while maintaining accountability.
Barry is an active Rotarian. He is a faculty member of the Rotary Leadership Institute and active with Rotary Youth Leadership. Barry is the proud and joyous grandfather of eight grandchildren.
Barry’s passion is using his experience to create environments which support other’s to live a gratifying and satisfying life. Make an impact on the lives of others is his purpose.