In this jungle of life, our family relationships are threatened by the constant distractions and negative feeds in our lives. This suffering can be transformed into growth with intentionality. How to design the optimal family life Our families are part […]
In this jungle of life, our family relationships are threatened by the constant distractions and negative feeds in our lives. This suffering can be transformed into growth with intentionality.
How to design the optimal family life
Our families are part of our genetic makeup, of course. Additionally, most of our identity is formed by the positive or negative values they instilled in us since we were children. That physical connection you have with your mother doesn’t disappear with birth; it actually expands into an emotional and mental bond that includes your father, siblings, other relatives, and eventually a spouse and children. You grow relying on others to become who you are. You are not a sea turtle who, the moment it’s born, is programmed for a long journey to its nesting ground without the help of parents. Within this second extension, you are most likely to find those who are willing to support you in spite of your many faults and be there for you when others might abandon you. Family members are great candidates to have in your inclusion list, your cheerleaders. The more you are aware of and connected with all your family components, the wider your “I” is.
Ammar sought fulfillment at a young age by exploring anthropology and world religions spending ten years with Sufi masters and religious scholars, studying, teaching, and subsequently serving as a cleric. Later he focused on entrepreneurship, where he pursued success by starting and seed-investing in over thirty businesses with thousands of employees, four of which are currently led by members of YPO, a global leadership community of chief executives. Ammar's startup spirit extended to volunteering in YPO, where he is a founding member of eleven chapters spanning four continents, positively impacting their communities. He also founded the YPO Change Makers Club where members and spouses share their expertise with the wider community.
Ammar holds an engineering degree from the University of Central Florida, and he is a Harvard Business School alumnus from "The President's Program in Leadership."
After a near-death experience followed by an eleven-year deep dive into the meaning of life, today Ammar is focused on working with Purposehood®️ therapists, life engineers, and business engineers, both volunteers and professionals to spark a movement to unleash the potentiality of every human toward their existential purpose in order to build a better future for all.
Ammar shares The Purposehood®️ Method in workshops, talks, and courses based on his book (Amazon #1 new release in Humanist Philosophy and Transpersonal Psychology): "Purposehood: Transform Your Life, Transform the World”.
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