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What is your "Why"? (Why do you do what you do?) Here are 6 Links that will help you in your search for Purpose.

I have compiled a list of articles and some videos to help you get to the bottom of where you are at right now and where you are going. There has to be something more than money, because while money is good, it is just a means to an end. I hope this list helps you find your end and your Why.

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership -- starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers ...

What is Your “Why”?

Do you know why you are in business for yourself? Is it the freedom? The ability to stay home with your family? Perhaps it's because you had a great idea and knew that you could make lots of money implementing it?

To Motivate Yourself to Success, Find Your 'Why'

In the beginning, my lack of success had nothing to do with a lack of knowledge. I read, Googled, researched, asked questions, studied, read more and watched more instructional YouTube videos than I can count. I had knowledge. There wasn't a lack of understanding on how to build a social media following, design my own website or use great SEO techniques.

Causing Success: What Is Your Why?

While studying the TV pilots for the upcoming Fall season, I noticed that many of them start with a set up of the personal dilemma for the central character. This gives the audience a point of connection in the story. In fiction and in life, there is tremendous value in starting with why.

Happiness at work is more than money: Author

More than half of all American workers are the unhappiest they've been at work in two decades. In fact, only 45 percent describe themselves as satisfied with their jobs, according to the non-profit research group, The Conference Board. Back in 1987, 61 percent of Americans surveyed were happy at their work when the group began their annual survey.

Larry Smith: Why you will fail to have a great career

In this funny and blunt talk, Larry Smith pulls no punches when he calls out the absurd excuses people invent when they fail to pursue their passions.