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Friday, March 16, 2012

Daved Beck: Living Life On Purpose

by Cyrus Webb

There comes a point in all of our lives when we discover that there is more to us than what we see in the mirror. For some it happens early in life while others spend years trying to appreciate their value and the meaning of their lives.

One individual who has not only embraced the possibilities of his life but is using his own experiences to help others is Daved Beck. He is an inspiration to me because he has dedicated himself to living with purpose. During an interview on Conversations LIVE Daved told me that it was as a child that he initially heard what he referred to as the "whisper" of his abilities but it took him some time and years to full embrace and claim it.

Not everything in Daved's life has been easy, but he doesn't use it as an excuse. Instead he draws on it to help others appreciate that they are not alone. "My greatest gift is my past," he says. "It's a great skill to be able to embrace compassion. I've been there too. We are each other's mirrors. We can relate to one another. When we speak up and ask for help and support, there is someone there who shows up."

Daved Beck using his skills as a motivational speaker, transformation coach and author to let those he meets know that you don't have to be perfect to be your best self. No matter what has happened, you can begin right now to be transformed.

I asked him what was it like to be able to help others in feeling better about themselves. "It's very humbling and exciting," he shared. He sees it as a personal accomplishment to be able to get others to say yes to unity and yes to love, transforming judgment. "There's nothing like the experience of someone living their dream and manifesting the vision of love," he adds.

So what does Daved want you to know about himself and how you can begin to live life on purpose? "We are (all) a continual work in progress," he answers. "The challenge comes in the worry and that's just fear."

Our challenge is to identify the fear and target it so we can move forward in living life the way it was intended to be lived. Thanks to examples like Daved Beck, we know that if we put forth the effect it will most certainly pay off.

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