Purposehood: Transform Your Life, Transform the World

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PHD Publishing, Apr 23, 2020 - Philosophy - 394 pages
You were born a genius, but that seed was obstructed and malnourished while you struggled to grow in the jungle of life. Transcending these limitations to reclaim your destiny, happiness, success, and fulfillment is what this groundbreaking book is all about.Everything in existence has a forward-pulling existential purpose that serves itself and indeed, the entire universe -a Purposehood. The Purposehood of everything is to evolve and expand exponentially in a powerful, symbiotic relationship. Moving against this force creates stress and tension; moving with it creates harmony and ease. In these pages you will explore your Seed of Potentiality with limitless creativity, infinite desires, and directional choice; create empowering beliefs with the Pyramid of Values; and use Five Daily Practices to live your life's purpose with happiness, success, and fulfillment.

Ammar sought fulfillment by exploring anthropology and world religions spending ten years with Sufi masters and religious scholars, studying, teaching, and subsequently serving as a cleric. Later he focused on entrepreneurship, starting and seed-investing in over thirty businesses, four of which are in YPO, a global leadership community of chief executives. As a volunteer, he is a founding member of eleven YPO chapters spanning four continents, positively impacting their communities. He holds an engineering degree and is a Harvard alumnus from "The President's Program in Leadership." After a near-death experience followed by an eleven-year deep dive into the meaning of life, today Ammar is focused on working with volunteers to spark a Purposehood movement to help people transform their lives and the world by discovering and living their existential purpose.

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Ammar sought fulfillment at a young age through his devotion to exploring religions. He attended Christian schools in Syria and spent ten years with Sufi masters and religious scholars, studying, teaching, and subsequently serving as a cleric. Later in life his focus turned to entrepreneurship, where he pursued success by starting and seed-investing in over thirty businesses, four of which are led by members of YPO, a global leadership community of chief executives. Ammar's startup spirit extended to volunteering in YPO, where he is a founding member of eleven chapters spanning four continents, positively impacting their communities. He also founded the YPO Change Makers Club where members and spouses share their expertise with the wider community. Ammar initially graduated with an engineering degree from the University of Central Florida, and later from Harvard Business School's "The President's Program in Leadership." After a near-death experience followed by an eleven-year deep dive into the meaning of life, today Ammar is focused exclusively on working with volunteers to spark a Purposehood movement dedicated to helping people transform their lives and the world by discovering and living their existential purpose.

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