Dan Beverly
A thought to start the week: “what’s your sentence?”

What’s Your Sentence?

Whilst visiting John F. Kennedy early in his presidency, the journalist and pioneering US Congresswoman Clare Booth Luce expressed a concern. She felt that Kennedy was in danger of trying to do too much and so losing his focus.

“A great man is one sentence”, she told him. Like Abraham Lincoln who “preserved the union and freed the slaves”. Or Franklin D. Roosevelt who “lifted us out of a great depression and helped us win a world war”.

I’ve written previously about the importance of defining our purpose. As you reflect on your life purpose, start with a big question: what’s my sentence?

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Dan Beverly

Dan Beverly is a leadership and performance coach helping high-calibre, high-performing professional women embrace the pivotal career moments.

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