Have you ever wondered if you're on the right path? If you're doing what you should be doing with your time? Sure" we all have, and if you haven't - perhaps you should! Raymond Shinault shares about the importance of getting clear on what you want in life and how to accomplish it by choosing to do it through purposeful living.
Raymond Shinault is the author of several books including High School Dropout. Raymond Went from a college dropout not once but twice to becoming a 20 plus year experienced professional truck driver to establish himself as an Author and an "Award Winning Speaker". He is regarded by many to be one of the most dynamic motivational speakers that they have ever heard relating to leadership, personal and purposeful living development. Raymond's true desire is to instill practical steps and concepts within our youth and college age young people that enables them to utilize the greatness that is already within them by developing that greatness through education, training, and personal development and leadership skills. One of the keys to his speaking success is customizing his presentations to speak to the unique needs of each organization or group. Raymond learned late in life that living his life on purpose was the only way to win in life. Raymond has discovered that making a decision to live your life on purpose takes planning. Raymond believes that our College and High School Student's and Organizations need road map directions for planning a life of successful extraordinary living. Preparing them for their future and the success that they will experience as a result. His book Living Your Life's Purpose addresses the fact that we are all here on purpose and for a purpose and with a purpose. Raymond say's that discovering your purpose is the easy part. The hard part is keeping it with you on a daily basis and working on yourself to the point where you become that purpose. Raymond wants every reader to know that our lives should have purpose to which we can give the energies of our minds and the enthusiasms of our hearts. For life without purpose is no life at all.