There is no end to the content about purpose, so much so I fear it’s seldom compelling anymore.

Yet purpose proves to be the pinnacle of fulfillment.

The holy grail, the fountain of youth, enlightenment, nirvana.

As we as a culture fall further into depression and suicide, Rabbi Daniel Lapin stated the opposite of depression is purpose.

I believe it is the ultimate driver of all we do, or want to do.

So I bring you an expert.

Richard Leider is widely viewed as a pioneer of the global purpose movement and is actually referred to as “the pope of purpose.”

PBS had him do a special called The Power of Purpose and he has eleven books and three best sellers.

In this episode I dive in, getting to what I feel are the root issues on purpose that will help you grasp and embrace it further.

We get into defining “calling” and “gifts” and I felt the conversation was just tremendous.

You can find more on Richard at and he has a wonderful new book titled, “Who Do You Want To Be When You Grow Old?: The Path of Purposeful Aging.”

That I’ll tell you is not for older people, it’s for all of us.

He makes a profound distinction between getting older…and growing older.

Listen. Watch. Subscribe