Tim Kelley gives us all a road map for the discovery of our true purpose in life. No other book that I have ever come across lays out the journey in such a thoughtful, challenging, and motivating way. If you want a life filled with meaning and purpose, let Tim be your guide. You won't be disappointed! --Howard Behar, Former president of Starbucks Coffee
Tim Kelley's work is of the highest caliber. His insight, precision, and skill shine out from a field that is typically hazy. If you are called to explore the realm of purpose, I know of no better guide than Tim. --Helen Palmer, Best-selling author of The Enneagram
What Einstein did for physics and Gutenberg did for printing, True Purpose does for purpose. You'll discover that we've been in nursery school with respect to what we know and how we access purpose. This book puts us into college. Whether you know your purpose or not, I urge you to read this book and do its exercises. It will put you on a path of magic and blessings. True Purpose will be the standard for years to come. Well done, Tim. --Martin Rutte, Co-editor of Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work and Founder of Project Heaven on Earth
About the Author
Tim Kelley is a nationally renowned expert on helping people find their life's purpose. He has worked with over a hundred CEOs and trained more than a thousand coaches, therapists, and consultants. He formerly worked as a leader at Oracle, two levels below the CEO. Tim has transformed entire organizations, coaching top leaders and executive teams from such companies as Nabisco, AOL, ING, Oracle, Lexmark, and Louis Dreyfus. Tim's methods have been featured nationally in magazines and on TV. He has led trainings and workshops for over fifteen years in leadership, meditation, Voice Dialogue, and men's work, and he is certified by Helen Palmer to teach the Enneagram. Tim is also the co-author of Wake Up... Live the Life You Love: Living on Purpose, A Search for Purpose, and Blueprint for Success. Tim has commanded military organizations, including an amphibious assault craft unit, and is a retired Naval Reserve officer. He holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from MIT, where he taught calculus and studied philosophy and astronomy. He lives in Berkeley, California, with his wife and son.