Have you ever been given the advice to take a job or go into a career only because of the amount of money you’d be able to make?

Or do you want to earn your living by making a contribution to the world?

A major Brule in our society that past generations followed is that you’ll be happy if you’re making money, no matter how you’re making it. The truth is, that information is fundamentally wrong.

In the words of business magnate, Sir Richard Branson, work and personal time can joyously merge into “a living.”

You don’t need to become an entrepreneur to make money and impactfully contribute to the world. Whether you are an employee or an entrepreneur, you can be miserable or happy.

Check out the video above to discover simple, yet powerful exercises to find what you need in a career.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • The two kinds of companies we see today — “Humanity-Minus” versus “Humanity-Plus” companies — their differences, and why you need to encourage yourself and others to seek out “Humanity-Plus” companies. 

  • How to contribute to the world in a way where you’re earning a good income and enjoying what you do.

  • The three questions to ask yourself to determine whether you are pursuing a fulfilling career — one that makes you happy and allows you to contribute back to the world.

  • A 3-minute powerful exercise to dramatically give insights and ideas on what your ideal career would look like.

Traditional goal-setting is dangerous. Extraordinary By Design unveils a fundamentally new way to think about life goals, including your career and professional success.

When you look at your goals as tools to get the experiences that make you happy, grow rapidly, and contribute to the world — you can then break your life down into 12 distinct areas.

These 12 areas are so interconnected that when one is lacking, it will pull down the others. But when you elevate one, it with elevate your entire life.

This is how you become Extraordinary By Design.


How do you make sure that your career and personal time joyously merge? Do you have any insights or tips on how to pursue a fulfilling career? Leave a comment below.