Jul 23, 2013-- People who successfully tackle big social, environmental, and economic problems are driven by what Lara Galinsky of Echoing Green calls a moment of obligation -- a specific time in their life when they felt compelled to act. These moments become their North Star and keep them going in a positive direction when everything seems dark. Activists or social entrepreneurs aren't the only ones who are moved this way. We all have experiences that deeply inform who we are and what we are supposed to do, but only if we allow them to flower into action. Don't let such moments pass by and lose out on creating meaningful careers and lives. Here are tips that can help you recognize your own moments of obligation... (21360 reads)
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