Decoding Purpose with Rebecca Tapp

As our regular listeners know well by now, season two of the Decoding Purpose Podcast has had one intention, and that is to decode the turning points that catalyse purpose. We've had bushfires, global pandemics, protests and all of that overlapped by the urgency of climate change. It's been huge for everyone, but the impact of 2020 will undeniably influence the next generation the most.

After all, It is their dharma to pioneer a brand new world, through solving old world problems. It will be their dharma to heal the planet, to invent, innovate or recreate the solutions we need in order to ignite sustainable living.

The real question that needs to be addressed as we traverse beyond the 2020 turning point is how we can empower teenagers, children, or our children's children with the tools they will need to fulfil this epic purpose. A purpose that in some part previous generations have left them to deal with. As it turns out, what they need is a miracle and today on Decoding Purpose that is exactly what we shall deliver.

Miracle Olatunji is a student, entrepreneur & public speaker, and author. She is the youngest guest I have featured on the Decoding Purpose podcast at only 19 years of age, yet her wisdom and determination goes well beyond her earth years.

She founded a startup called OpportuniMe when she was just 17 years old with the goal of providing the next generation of leaders with personal and career development resources, opportunities and content. More recently, miracle- her book "Purpose: How To Live and Lead With Impact."

Olatunji was honoured by the Boston Mayor's Office this spring as an EXTRAOrdinary Woman during the city's International Women's Day Celebration. She was also recently part of Barbie's #YouCanBeAnything #MoreRoleModels campaign.

So if you don't already know that 'anything is possible' if we trust the creation of a more abundant future for our planet to the next generation then you will after this podcast. Welcome to Decoding Purpose.

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