Essentially, anyone not satisfied with their work and career can benefit. The
process is especially suited to motivated, entrepreneurial persons who wish to
start their own business or change careers. Likewise, it is ideal for younger
individuals to help determine in what field(s) they wish to study or seek
employment. Additionally, this process can be very useful for those wishing to be
of greater service to people whether in charitable or income-producing pursuits.
A wide variety of people can benefit from this short-term focused process , which
helps them “jump-start” a new direction toward greater personal and career
“The Life Purpose course helped me figure out what I want to be doing and create paths to
get there. Dr. Marshall has a true gift in helping facilitate what people need.”-B. Jetton
“I wasn’t looking for a job, I was looking for something to make me want to leap out of bed,
and that’s what Life Purpose gave me.” -P. Copeland
“The course helped me work through my emotional fears. Dr. Marshall gets you through
the process step by step to reach your goal. Plus, as a facilitator, he practices what he
teaches.” -D. Laurenzi
would goals and passion.” -D. Nichols
goals and passion.” -D. Nichols
“ The program is individually tailored and fits the needs of your own process. The Life
Purpose course helps you get to a deeper level of your core values.” -D. Flick
About 80% of the working population are not fully satisfied with
their work and career. The Life Purpose process is designed to
help clarify if your present work is right for you. It is especially
suited to those looking to find their “higher purpose” or mission
in life, and to those who wish to integrate this higher mission or
purpose with a career.
Life Purpose counseling is conducted over 6-8 sessions,
including career interest testing if needed.
Dr. Marshall completed the Life Purpose Process training and
was certified as a Life Purpose consultant. He became
interested in this work due to his belief that chronic stress,
emotional health problems and physical problems are due in
part to the “split” that people feel when their work does not
reflect their deepest inner values.