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Destiny, Assignment and Purpose

Posted By: Randy GageJuly 15, 2011

It’s so wonderful to be back in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  I’m loving the warm weather, which is getting me eager to get back to Florida and play some ball.  But in the meantime I’ve got a couple more programs to do, and a few more stops on the journey. 

(BTW the pic is the Petronas Towers in KL at night, which is the breathtaking view from my hotel.)  From here I head back to Sydney for a few days, then on to Moscow, Amsterdam, back to Miami to change suitcases (and sneak in a ballgame), then on to California for the Influence ’11 event.  If you’ve been following the shows on Prosperity TV, you know I did a trilogy on discovering your assignment and purpose in life.  You’ll get a lot more out of it if you watch them together.

So I’ve posted all three here, in order.  Please set aside 15 minutes to view them again, and then share your thoughts below.  Begin with Show One: Finding Meaning in Your Life


 

Then Show Two is Discover Your Assignment:


 

And then Show Three: Harnessing the Power of Purpose


 

So how are you doing on all this?  Please check in below.

-RG

19 comments on “Destiny, Assignment and Purpose”

  1. What a view! It is so beautiful! I love thinking in terms of what is our assignment? It really gives one a sense of having something to do here on earth, something we were meant for. Just for us, because we are all so special. And it could be anything! That is exciting, what a great way to think of it.

  2. Hi Randy,

    wow I am blown away by these mind-boggling videos, thanks for putting them together and sharing them. And you know what, I needed to watch them today.

    I needed the reassurance that it is Ok to make myself happy first and that there's such a thing as the virtue of selfishness.

    At the end of the day it might even be selfish to support charity - as you mention - because it makes us feel good about ourselves too.

    When it comes purpose and assignment, it's not about the big deal - that might be the "end" or the reward, it's about doing the next step.

    Mahatma Gandhi wasn't born as the leader he grew into, in fact he was thrown out of a train in South Africa because he was Indian, lived for twenty years in South Africa and a good portion of the time in prison.

    He learned his job elsewhere, and definitely the hard way.

    I like it when you say that the next assignment comes when we are overqualified for what we're doing. If we feel that, we might ask ourselves:"And now ? What's the next step from here ?"

    Thanks again for sharing your insights.

    Take care

    Oliver

  3. HI Randy,I read 2 of your books(are only 3 published in Romania)and now I'm watching your videos.My english is regular but I understand the esence. Thank you for everything.

  4. Yes, thank you. I have my assinment and I am big enught and bold enught to grow into my potental and fifull my purpose. Thank you Don Fishell "The old hippie peace preacher"

  5. Almost two years ago, the 'bell' rang as I was sitting at my desk in a mortgage company's office realizing that I was simply letting Life slip by. At that point, I began the process of uncovering my purpose and shortly afterwards realized I had work to do in order to bring my vision to the world.

    There is much work to do, but with it comes the passion and drive necessary to achieve it. I'm so grateful for the people that I have attracted to the vision and mission and know that soon we will have the necessary investors who understand we're all about being a game changer to the world.

    Dream BIG. Anything is possible.

  6. Randy,

    I don't feel horrible any more about my need to be creative.

    I make electronic music as you know.

    The question is though... how do you get there? I've stumbled so much, even gave it up for a long time. Picked it up again at 26.

    Especially scared due to my age. Gaga is 25 now. I'm going to be 30. Been taking better care of myself, but I don't look my age, but my age does scare me a lot.

    No idea why the hell I stay up late doing this stuff.

  7. Randy, the second video brought tears to my eyes! For various reasons, I've been avoiding my assignment. I basically thought I couldn't follow my real assignment, because I had so many obligations in the world. Your video opened my eyes and let me know that it's okay for me to have my particular assignment. It's more than okay...it's very right. Thank you and God bless!

  8. I just have to say that after re-watching these 3 videos again here tonight, I am in such awe how those same familiar and brilliant messages now hit on even deeper levels since I have traveled this much further down the path to my own purpose and passion. I always understood them, but now I feel them, and I live them.

    So much gratitude for this work.
    So blessed to have woken up.
    So much joy. 🙂

    K♥

  9. Main and basic lesson I learned here was that it´s the purpose which pulls me forward! It´s not easy to make that abstract "feeling" visible to oneself but it´s a positive challenge! I already worked for years on enfolding via sub-consciously working on some assignments but never got to the bsic point yet, its purpose...Must have lived my life "backwards" so thanks 4 the relevant hint!

  10. Hi Randy,

    So profound! I always enjoy your writings and videos. I carry you with me in my digital recorder everywhere I go. GBU

    Thanks again!

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  • 19 comments on “Destiny, Assignment and Purpose”

    1. What a view! It is so beautiful! I love thinking in terms of what is our assignment? It really gives one a sense of having something to do here on earth, something we were meant for. Just for us, because we are all so special. And it could be anything! That is exciting, what a great way to think of it.

    2. Hi Randy,

      wow I am blown away by these mind-boggling videos, thanks for putting them together and sharing them. And you know what, I needed to watch them today.

      I needed the reassurance that it is Ok to make myself happy first and that there's such a thing as the virtue of selfishness.

      At the end of the day it might even be selfish to support charity - as you mention - because it makes us feel good about ourselves too.

      When it comes purpose and assignment, it's not about the big deal - that might be the "end" or the reward, it's about doing the next step.

      Mahatma Gandhi wasn't born as the leader he grew into, in fact he was thrown out of a train in South Africa because he was Indian, lived for twenty years in South Africa and a good portion of the time in prison.

      He learned his job elsewhere, and definitely the hard way.

      I like it when you say that the next assignment comes when we are overqualified for what we're doing. If we feel that, we might ask ourselves:"And now ? What's the next step from here ?"

      Thanks again for sharing your insights.

      Take care

      Oliver

    3. HI Randy,I read 2 of your books(are only 3 published in Romania)and now I'm watching your videos.My english is regular but I understand the esence. Thank you for everything.

    4. Yes, thank you. I have my assinment and I am big enught and bold enught to grow into my potental and fifull my purpose. Thank you Don Fishell "The old hippie peace preacher"

    5. Almost two years ago, the 'bell' rang as I was sitting at my desk in a mortgage company's office realizing that I was simply letting Life slip by. At that point, I began the process of uncovering my purpose and shortly afterwards realized I had work to do in order to bring my vision to the world.

      There is much work to do, but with it comes the passion and drive necessary to achieve it. I'm so grateful for the people that I have attracted to the vision and mission and know that soon we will have the necessary investors who understand we're all about being a game changer to the world.

      Dream BIG. Anything is possible.

    6. Randy,

      I don't feel horrible any more about my need to be creative.

      I make electronic music as you know.

      The question is though... how do you get there? I've stumbled so much, even gave it up for a long time. Picked it up again at 26.

      Especially scared due to my age. Gaga is 25 now. I'm going to be 30. Been taking better care of myself, but I don't look my age, but my age does scare me a lot.

      No idea why the hell I stay up late doing this stuff.

    7. Randy, the second video brought tears to my eyes! For various reasons, I've been avoiding my assignment. I basically thought I couldn't follow my real assignment, because I had so many obligations in the world. Your video opened my eyes and let me know that it's okay for me to have my particular assignment. It's more than okay...it's very right. Thank you and God bless!

    8. I just have to say that after re-watching these 3 videos again here tonight, I am in such awe how those same familiar and brilliant messages now hit on even deeper levels since I have traveled this much further down the path to my own purpose and passion. I always understood them, but now I feel them, and I live them.

      So much gratitude for this work.
      So blessed to have woken up.
      So much joy. 🙂

      K♥

    9. Main and basic lesson I learned here was that it´s the purpose which pulls me forward! It´s not easy to make that abstract "feeling" visible to oneself but it´s a positive challenge! I already worked for years on enfolding via sub-consciously working on some assignments but never got to the bsic point yet, its purpose...Must have lived my life "backwards" so thanks 4 the relevant hint!

    10. Hi Randy,

      So profound! I always enjoy your writings and videos. I carry you with me in my digital recorder everywhere I go. GBU

      Thanks again!

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