Just because you have a life calling doesn't mean you're living it. At the Life Calling Institute, people from various life stages will together explore life calling to discover greater purpose, passion, and power. The result will be a life lived more fully, finding greater peace, and making greater impact.
Each month we'll hold a live webinar to cover a different topic of life calling, and post the recording in the Institute Library so you can watch at your convenience.
Each month we'll hold a group coaching call via Zoom to engage around the monthly webinar topic. Hear how others are being impacted and share your experience too!
Interact with Institute members on our private social network. Message other members to share experiences, ask questions, and get support. Connect with like-minded people.
What am I here for? What is my purpose? How do I find my purpose? These are questions people are asking. Let's dive into the topic of purpose.
Attend our training to explore your purpose. Note: This webinar is an on-ramp for Life Calling Institute and will be recorded for those who can't attend live.REGISTER FOR 12:00pm ET REGISTER FOR 4:00pm ET
Community calls are opportunities to interact around topics of life calling using a coaching approach. Meetings are held via Zoom and provide discussion, networking, and support.
Each call uses a coaching worksheet to explore thoughts, feelings, and actions. Calls are not recorded.REGISTER FOR 12:00pm ET REGISTER FOR 4:00pm ET
Bryan is Professor of Psychology at Colorado State University, author of "Make Your Job a Calling" and "Redeeming Work," and Co-founder of jobZology.
Carol is Founder of College Bound Determination, who works with high school and college students on college readiness.
Chris is Founder of the Life Calling Institute, Chief People Officer at EnergyCAP, Inc., and Learning Partner at Penn State around strengths and engagement.
Dave is Lead Pastor of the Bridge Church, a success life coach and speaker, and an NCAA basketball referee who thinks of himself as a physician of the soul.
Peggy is Creator of the PositiveOnPurpose social media platform, and is a consultant, author, and speaker on human potential and development.
Steve is Founder and CEO of EnergyCAP, Inc., Chairman of the Board of Trustees for International Students, Inc., and an Air Force Academy graduate.
Tobi is Business Intelligence Developer for EnergyCAP, Inc., is a Six Sigma Green Belt, and has a passion for making data-based efficiency improvements.
The mission of the Board of Advisors is to advance the cause of the Institute and provide wisdom and discernment.
Are you living your one, true life? Some of us aren't. We're failing to live true to ourselves, to make the impact we're able to make, to feel purpose in our days. This makes for a half-lived life. What if you flipped the script?JOIN THE INSTITUTE TO WATCH
What is a life calling? How do I find mine? How is life calling different than a job or career? These are some of the questions we'll cover as we begin our exploration in Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Life Calling.JOIN THE INSTITUTE TO WATCH
What are good and bad passion? How can you find your passion? What part does passion play in life calling? Attend our training to get on the side of good passion.JOIN THE INSTITUTE TO WATCH
"Life calling is supernatural purpose that brings good to the world, creates personal meaning and joy, and utilizes innate and grown abilities."
"Your calling is bigger than your job or career, so look for ways to support your calling through them."
"Treat life calling as a journey of faithful steps instead of a destination of starts and stops."
"Everyone—regardless of age, economic status, life stage, creed or disposition—has a life calling and deserves the glory of living theirs."
"If you stay curious about yourself, you will live more of yourself."
"Sometimes to find your life, you must disrupt it first."
"Living your life calling is not guaranteed; although it is given to you, you must also seize it. "
"Life calling is supernatural, but is lived out in ordinary ways, in ordinary places, and by ordinary people."