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In this interview, Dan Millman explores such questions as: Why am I here? What am I meant to do? What is my purpose? Dan has found through his research that there are four purposes and 12 required courses in the school of life that each of us are taking. He talks about the difference between career and calling, and how small acts of service lead to genuine fulfillment. Dan also explains why what you do has more impact than what you think or feel, and describes a mysterious but accurate method of pinpointing hidden gifts and drives.

Dan Millman teaches worldwide, speaking to women and men from all walks of life, including leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, politics, sports, entertainment, and the arts. He is the author of numerous books, including Way of the Peaceful Warrior (H.J. Kramer, 1994, adapted to film starring Nick Nolte) and The Four Purposes of Life: Finding Meaning and Direction in a Changing World (New World Library, 2011).

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