Here is what discovering their WHY has done for others...
"It was an eye opener. Its so interesting how a survey can be so right on the money because I looked back in my life and very early in my career and every single experience I can remember in my life that had significance in my career, I was developing a strategic road map to do things better! And so its just so interesting!"
Marion Weiler, President, Weiler International
Discovering my why was like finding that a section of my brain had lit up. Because it was always there, I just didn’t know what it was. And suddenly there was this framework that wasn’t just like 'oh that’s interesting…' it was like 'OHH MY GOD I CAN'T BELIEVE I DIDN’T KNOW THAT ALREADY' and I could look back at things and be like 'oh that’s why I do that!
Gina Balarin, Founder, Verbalistics
I'll be honest with you, I had never heard of the WHY institute until I was invited to take the test and I found out I was in the contribute category… and I thought…yep - that's like looking in a mirror. I recognize all of that, that’s me! That's exactly me! I feel that the different categories in the WHY that you guys have identified is important for leaders to understand. To know what they are to know what the rest of their team is as well. Because you want to draw the strengths from each individual for the collective good.
General Craig Whelden, Author, Fortune 500 Speaker
If you don’t have purpose, it’s hard to be happy. When you lose sight of what your purpose is, you lose sight of your happiness. The WHY Institute helps you get back to WHY, and your WHY is your purpose. They are tied together - contentment and purpose. The WHY Institute process helped me rediscover my purpose.
Alex Crecca, President, The Law Firm of Alexander D Crecca