Last Monday, I did a 30-minute radio interview with Dr. Paul Jenkins. Dr. Paul and I are colleagues in the National Speakers Association Mountain West Chapter.
Live on Purpose radio is all about showing up every day and living life on purpose. Living life on purpose means you have a purpose and you live that purpose intentionally.
It occurs to me that Live on Purpose is closely related to Live a gump-like Life and fully compatible with Gumption’s three principles.
Dr. Paul opens this show by saying he is promoting phenomenal prosperity through pathological positivity. Now, I’m not a smart man … but that is a lot of P’s. And at the 21:30 mark, Dr. Paul continues his P alliterations with pandemic of pessimism to describe the funk that sometimes overwhelms individuals and companies.
I wonder if Dr. Paul’s dictionary has an extra-thick P section?
Listen here to Dr. Paul and me as we analyze the relationship between Forrest Gump, Gumption, and Living on Purpose.
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Steve Weber is a speaker, Forrest Gump tribute artist, facilitator, blogger, and author. The three principles of Gumption are specifically designed to get you (and your team) to Function with Gumption. Steve uses the simple, yet powerful, life lessons from the movie Forrest Gump to bring positivity back into the workplace. Learn more at SpeakingGump.com.