Success is primarily defined by external measures – how much money you make, your rank in the company, and the respect accorded you by your peers. Being successful seemingly always involves being measured against others.
On the other hand, fulfillment is the deeply felt sense that your life is full, whole, complete – that you have expanded to “fill up” your potential. Fulfillment, unlike success, is largely defined by internal measures, by how we feel about what we are doing or have done.
You cannot find fulfillment by chasing success, by working harder, by running faster. You find it by stopping and thinking differently. By asking yourself what it is you really want. What is your life really about? If you want to thrive, you have to pursue both success and fulfillment. They are separate dimensions; each requires time and energy. Achieving one does not necessarily mean you will achieve the other. We largely know what is required of us to be successful – hard work, perseverance, talent, and a little luck. We are less sure – as individuals and as a culture – of what is asked of us to be fulfilled. What must we do? How must we develop to have these feelings?
Because, after all, only people who feel good about themselves will produce extraordinary results.
In this inspirational seminar by life mentor and counselor Dieter Langenecker, participants will receive thought provoking practical ideas - in probably the most entertaining way you have experienced in a professional environment for a long time.
Dieter Langenecker has studied business administration and international marketing at University Graz, Austria. He is a purpose counselor, life mentor, consultant and corporate trainer for multinational companies among them 3M, AGA, Austrian Airlines, Bristol-Myers Skibb, BMW, Covidien, Electrolux, WL Gore, HP, Mercedes, Nestle, Novartis, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Ratiopharm, Sony, Swarovski, Universidad de Lima, and individual clients worldwide. He specializes in supporting people to discover and live their life purpose, and organizations to find a higher purpose
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Welcome to our november event!
This session is part of the learning tracks: Personal and Professional Development & Engaging Men.
The workshop format provides practical and hands-on experience to help members learn new tools.
Light refreshments are provided.