The Calling

Life is too short to spend your time and energy doing work you don’t love. This groundbreaking book will help you uncover the purpose that is already alive inside you, and cultivate the self-knowledge you need to live a life full of meaning and vitality.

The Calling offers a twelve-week, science-based program for revealing your soul’s work: the purpose of being who you are. Using the experiential approach outlined in this guide, you’ll gain a deeper sense of connection with yourself and the world around you, nurture authentic relationships that support your passions, and surrender to your true path so you can offer your abundant gifts to the world. If you’re seeking greater fulfillment—not just in work, but in all areas of life—this practical road map will help you make your highest aspirations a reality.

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What’s your calling?

Are your needs for general physical health, safety, and human connection basically met?

Are you looking for something else—an understanding of your purpose beyond the basics?

Do you know that you have work to do in the world but you’re not quite sure what it is or how to do it?

If you’ve been tossing around these questions lately, you are probably aware of a desire to do something more satisfying than what you are doing now, even if you have difficulty putting your finger on what exactly that “something more satisfying” is. This “more satisfying” thing is your calling. It’s your true work. It is what happens when you bring your gifts out into the world and become a part of something greater than yourself.

“Ever since I read The Martian, I’ve been trying to ‘science’ the hell out of my life–nice idea in theory, extremely difficult in execution. With Dr. Mossbridge’s The Calling, we now have the first textbook.”

Neal H. Patel

Principal Product Manager, Amazon. Founder Google Human/Social Dynamics. Founding member, Google Advanced Technology & Projects. Principal Researcher, Google Project Oxygen. PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology at the University of Chicago

Announce your calling

At the end of Part 1 of the program, you’ll be prompted to consider posting your calling online.

Do that here.

Build your calling circle

At the beginning of Part 2 of the program, you’ll be prompted to find people to support your calling.

Take a look here.

Create your user’s guide

During part 3 of the program, you’ll want to refer to your own calling manual to help you support your calling.

Make that here.

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