Embrace
Change
Fearlessly

WELCOME FROM JAY

I am thrilled to welcome you to the inaugural issue of Purpose Ed, the official magazine of the Jay Shetty initiative to change the world! My team and I cannot wait to share with you the stories, experiences, and wisdom of our students, coaches, affiliates, and partners as they pursue our mission of impacting one billion lives!

It is fitting that the theme of this first issue is Change. Our world is going through a shared experience of change as we battle the COVID-19 virus. Not since World War II has one thing been on the collective conscience of the entire planet. This virus is transforming how we interact, shop, celebrate, and work - often in ways we could not have imagined.

We know the full extent of this virus’ negative impact on our world is yet to be seen. People are losing loved ones. Economies are suffering. Unemployment is rising. Our instinct is to worry about what will happen next, to fret about the economy, jobs, and our way of life.

But when we take a step back, we see that periods of change can also be full of beauty and growth! Only when we learn to overcome our fear of the pain we expect from change, can we thrive. Our environment is recovering from intense pollution. Families are reconnecting with each other. We are experiencing a renewed appreciation for our teachers and frontline healthcare workers. Many of us have adopted a slower, more intentional way of life...one that will persist even after social distancing is retired.

Only when we learn to overcome
our fear of the pain we expect from change, can we thrive.

Catch Jay on “On Purpose”

Most of us are experiencing intense and unsettling change at the moment. In a recent On Purpose episode, 5 Stages of Coping with Change You Can’t Rush & Creating Opportunity in Adversity, I explored why we are willing to seek out familiar pain because we crave certainty and want to avoid change. Although change is unavoidable, it is vital for growth and success. Instead of becoming paralyzed by the fear of these feelings, listen to the stages of change you should endeavor to follow to simplify and soothe the process.

Catch new On Purpose episodes on Mondays and Fridays. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and I’m proud to share those conversations with you.

Change is seldom easy, but in this issue of Purpose Ed, we share tools and advice for dealing with change and helping others navigate these choppy waters as well. I am confident that, together, we will rise from this experience stronger, more capable, and more confident than before.

Our world is changing, and so are we. Together.

All the best,

Embrace
Change
Fearlessly

WELCOME FROM JAY

I am thrilled to welcome you to the inaugural issue of Purpose Ed, the official magazine of the Jay Shetty initiative to change the world! My team and I cannot wait to share with you the stories, experiences, and wisdom of our students, coaches, affiliates, and partners as they pursue our mission of impacting one billion lives!

It is fitting that the theme of this first issue is Change. Our world is going through a shared experience of change as we battle the COVID-19 virus. Not since World War II has one thing been on the collective conscience of the entire planet. This virus is transforming how we interact, shop, celebrate, and work - often in ways we could not have imagined.

We know the full extent of this virus’ negative impact on our world is yet to be seen. People are losing loved ones. Economies are suffering. Unemployment is rising. Our instinct is to worry about what will happen next, to fret about the economy, jobs, and our way of life.

But when we take a step back, we see that periods of change can also be full of beauty and growth! Only when we learn to overcome our fear of the pain we expect from change, can we thrive. Our environment is recovering from intense pollution. Families are reconnecting with each other. We are experiencing a renewed appreciation for our teachers and frontline healthcare workers. Many of us have adopted a slower, more intentional way of life...one that will persist even after social distancing is retired.

Only when we learn to overcome our fear of the pain we expect from change, can we thrive.

Change is seldom easy, but in this issue of Purpose Ed, we share tools and advice for dealing with change and helping others navigate these choppy waters as well. I am confident that, together, we will rise from this experience stronger, more capable, and more confident than before.

Our world is changing, and so are we. Together.

All the best,

Catch Jay on
“On Purpose”

Most of us are experiencing intense and unsettling change at the moment. In a recent On Purpose episode, 5 Stages of Coping with Change You Can’t Rush & Creating Opportunity in Adversity, I explored why we are willing to seek out familiar pain because we crave certainty and want to avoid change. Although change is unavoidable, it is vital for growth and success. Instead of becoming paralyzed by the fear of these feelings, listen to the stages of change you should endeavor to follow to simplify and soothe the process.

Catch new On Purpose episodes on Mondays and Fridays. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and I’m proud to share those conversations with you.

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Dedicated to helping you live your purpose through education. Read Jay Shetty-inspired coaching success stories, trends, and methods to plant the seeds that will transform a billion lives.

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