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I am honored to welcome you to the second issue of Purpose Ed, the official magazine of the Jay Shetty initiative to change the world! The launch and publication of the inaugural issue was an outstanding success as the size of the audience and reader engagement far exceeded our expectations!  

Since then, my team and I could not wait to share with you the brand-new stories, experiences, and wisdom of our students, coaches, affiliates, and partners as we all work together to transform one billion lives.

It is fitting that the theme of this second issue is Habits. If positive, those are the activities we do regularly to release our stress and pressure, align our minds and bodies, and move us closer to our vision and best selves!

Our habits and personality weave the same cloth as habits are the consistent, often subconscious expression of our character.

Catch Jay on “On Purpose”

Despite the massive changes in many of our lives at the moment, there are habits we can learn and apply to relieve our stress and fears, make us more resilient, and restart our purposeful lifestyle.

In a recent podcast episode, I shared three reflections with you that can improve your resilience and mental strength right now. Pain can be a source of positive growth because struggles are often a strong foundation on which to build life-changing habits and actions. I also demonstrated how hard times can be a source of strength and beauty. 

In other podcast episodes, I have been fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and I am proudly sharing those conversations with you. New episodes are broadcast on Mondays and Fridays. For example, recently I spoke to Byron Katie on, “How to Properly Ask the Universe for the Healing, Peace, and Abundance You’ve Been Chasing,” Ed Mylett on, “How to Pursue Your Passion with Urgency and Avoiding Complacency When Times are Good,” and Ryan Holiday on, “How to Remain Calm When Others Panic and Practice Stillness Under High Stress Situations.” Also, be sure to check out our review of Ryan’s new book, Stillness is the Key: An Ancient Strategy for Modern Life .

American author, historian, and philosopher Will Durant said it best, “We are what we repeatedly do.” Your habits determine whether you move toward your goals, or away from them; whether you feel fulfilled or stuck; live a purposeful life, or squander opportunities.

In the main feature and highlight of this issue, a must-read is the perspective of cognitive scientist and Yale professor, Laurie Santos where she explains that good habits are inherent to happiness and well-being. 

Also in this issue, you can read about the seven habits that I use to relieve my stress in difficult times, and discover ways to develop four character strengths that will help you build and sustain new habits. 

You can also learn more about single-tasking, a practice that optimizes the energy you spend on important tasks, and find four reasons you should focus on existing habits, rather than starting a new one. 

Today, I am proud to leave you to discover all the wonderful knowledge, experiences, and features of our second issue. I know you will be amazed and impressed by the gems and opportunities that the coaching world has to offer. If you have not done so already, make sure to check out our first issue.

Remember to have fun with the new ideas and spread happiness and well-being all around you.

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

Let’s transform the wisdom we make go viral together, into a universal purpose. 

All the best,

Our Habits Express
Our Character

WELCOME FROM JAY

WELCOME FROM JAY

I am honored to welcome you to the second issue of Purpose Ed, the official magazine of the Jay Shetty initiative to change the world! The launch and publication of the inaugural issue was an outstanding success as the size of the audience and reader engagement far exceeded our expectations!  

Since then, my team and I could not wait to share with you the brand-new stories, experiences, and wisdom of our students, coaches, affiliates, and partners as we all work together to transform one billion lives.

It is fitting that the theme of this second issue is Habits. If positive, those are the activities we do regularly to release our stress and pressure, align our minds and bodies, and move us closer to our vision and best selves!

Our habits and personality weave the same cloth as habits are the consistent, often subconscious expression of our character.

American author, historian, and philosopher Will Durant said it best, “We are what we repeatedly do.” Your habits determine whether you move toward your goals, or away from them; whether you feel fulfilled or stuck; live a purposeful life, or squander opportunities.

In the main feature and highlight of this issue, a must-read is the perspective of cognitive scientist and Yale professor, Laurie Santos where she explains that good habits are inherent to happiness and well-being. 

Also in this issue, you can read about the seven habits that I use to relieve my stress in difficult times, and discover ways to develop four character strengths that will help you build and sustain new habits. 

You can also learn more about single-tasking, a practice that optimizes the energy you spend on important tasks, and find four reasons you should focus on existing habits, rather than starting a new one. 

Today, I am proud to leave you to discover all the wonderful knowledge, experiences, and features of our second issue. I know you will be amazed and impressed by the gems and opportunities that the coaching world has to offer. If you have not done so already, make sure to check out our first issue.

Remember to have fun with the new ideas and spread happiness and well-being all around you.

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

Let’s transform the wisdom we make go viral together, into a universal purpose. 

All the best,

Catch Jay on
“On Purpose”

Despite the massive changes in many of our lives at the moment, there are habits we can learn and apply to relieve our stress and fears, make us more resilient, and restart our purposeful lifestyle.

In a recent podcast episode, I shared three reflections with you that can improve your resilience and mental strength right now. Pain can be a source of positive growth because struggles are often a strong foundation on which to build life-changing habits and actions. I also demonstrated how hard times can be a source of strength and beauty. 

In other podcast episodes, I have been fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and I am proudly sharing those conversations with you. New episodes are broadcast on Mondays and Fridays. For example, recently I spoke to Byron Katie on, “How to Properly Ask the Universe for the Healing, Peace, and Abundance You’ve Been Chasing,” Ed Mylett on, “How to Pursue Your Passion with Urgency and Avoiding Complacency When Times are Good,” and Ryan Holiday on, “How to Remain Calm When Others Panic and Practice Stillness Under High Stress Situations.” Also, be sure to check out our review of Ryan’s new book, Stillness is the Key: An Ancient Strategy for Modern Life .

Our Habits Express
Our Character

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