Pattern of Purpose

I think that's just the philosophy that people have to have early on is what's their level of self-importance? What's the level of self-esteem that they have? What are they committed to? What do they stand for? You know, what's their mission? What's their purpose? 

One of the easiest ways to do it, though, is to think about some of the moments as an adult some of the moments where you were the happiest. Some of the best work you've ever done. Some of the moments where you were the most excited. Some of the moments where you were the most engaged. And I think if you start to think about those things, you create a pattern. And that pattern can bring you to what you're supposed to do, can bring you to what your mission should be, can bring you to understand, hey, this is the way I'm supposed to be going. 

This is the direction I'm supposed to be doing. This is how I can help people. Or this is what I can contribute to society, not just from a business, but on a personal level. This is how I can make a contribution. This is what I was born to do, in essence.