It hardly matters who you talk to—over and over, you hear people who want more out of life—more impact, more opportunity, more fit, more balance, just more. And more often than not, that longing for more is tied to career. But few people can answer the fundamental question that will help move them toward more. What do you want to be when you grow up?
BE MORE outlines a simple way to find the clarity to answer that question, allowing you to craft the story that will empower you to BE MORE.
Saying what you want to be, what you want to accomplish with your life, exactly what getting more out of life means to you is not an easy thing. But it’s an incredibly important thing. In fact, it’s pretty much the thing.
It all starts with a gloves-off conversation about what you want to be when you grow up and accepting your responsibility for figuring it out. In a straightforward, thoughtful, occasionally irreverent way, BE MORE and its practical Skills Values Passion (SVP) Exercise offer a step-by-step process that allows you to better understand your innate gifts and to use that self-awareness to guide your career and life in a way that moves you toward something more.
Why read BE MORE?
Because you want a career that’s meaningful so you can make a difference.
Because you’ve heard it over and over again—follow your passion—but no one gets that it’s not that simple.
Because you know you want something more… even if you can’t quite say what that is.
Do you want more out of life?
Then it’s time to read Be More and begin to work toward exactly what getting more out of life means to you.
|Publisher:||Future Pull Group|
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About the Author
A proven non-profit, arts, and higher education leader, Lori Sparger is Chief Operating Officer for the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue University. A member of the Dean's leadership team, she collaborates on setting strategic direction and implementing policies and initiatives to advance the mission of the College. She also serves as the College's chief innovation officer, working with the Dean on new initiatives and program development. Previously, she was Director of Advancement for Purdue's College of Liberal Arts and with her team consistently surpassed annual goals and raised the bar for private support of the College during her six years in the role. Lori orchestrated an alumni volunteer-led effort that developed the College's new tagline, "Think Broadly. Lead Boldly." Elements of the strategic messaging project are now being incorporated into the College's narrative, which envisions the Liberal Arts in the 21st century as a force for good in the world. All of her more than 17 years at Purdue have been spent in the College because of her personal passion for the timeless, relevant, and essential importance of the Liberal Arts in higher education and broadly for the benefit of society. She previously served as the College's Director of Development and as Director of Marketing and Donor Relations for Purdue Theatre. Before that, she was Director of Publications at Wabash College and a journalist for a suburban Indianapolis newspaper chain. Lori received her bachelor's degree in English from Purdue. She serves on the West Lafayette Public Art Selection Group and the Florence H. Lonsford Fund for art acquisitions at Purdue. One of her great pleasures is helping people recognize their gifts and step into themselves. As a writer, she is committed to telling stories that matter.
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Table of ContentsForeword by Sam Kass Introduction 1 Project You 2 Have We Lost Ourselves? 3 Nobody Cares 4 Goals 5 Skills 6 Values 7 Passion 8 Reality Check 9 Adding It Up 10 Applying SVP 11 Everything Changes 12 What's Next? Acknowledgments Author's Note The Authors Notes