Be Inspired Book Discussions @ A Good Space: The Power of Purpose


The Book:

Can there be more to life than just going to work every day and doing your job? Is there work that is unique to you? Is there a job that you are called to do?

In this book, Dick Leider provides a practical process for answering these questions and creating a life filled with meaning and passion.

We all possess special talents, a unique ability to do the work we were made for. This book is a remarkable tool to help you discover your calling.

Concise and easy to read, based on many interviews with people of all ages, and including numerous stories of people living on purpose. The Power of Purpose is an original guide to discovering the work you love to do.

Leider examines the critical importance of a sense of purpose in achieving success with fulfilment, and offers a simple, practical process for finding your calling.

The Discussion:

Come have a conversation with other passionate changemakers on the topic of purpose. What does purpose mean to you? How do we choose between purpose vs paycheck? How can we live a life of purpose?

Hear refreshing perspectives, join in the discussion and experience an evening of authentic conversation, facilitated by Lee Meichuen.

To keep this a cosy session, we are opening this to the first 20 attendees. Please register early to avoid disappointment!


This book discussion is part of the "Be Inspired" programme at A Good Space - a community-curated public space at the National Volunteer Philanthropy Centre, co-hosted by Founding Curator Anthea Ong.

It aims to transform ordinary spaces into places of purpose by convening catalysts of change to invent, innovate, intersect and inspire communities through a variety of events, experiential simulations, activities, film screenings and more.

Tue Dec 5, 2017
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
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The National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) is on the 4th floor of Clarke Quay Central. Head to the BLUE ZONE.
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