Delightful Dissent - Ep. 10 - I can be successful by imitating successful people?

With Jenny Cornbleet and Mark Futterman

Recorded live at 05:00 PM on Wednesday 20 January 2021

I can be successful by imitating successful people

The way to be happy is to find your purpose, then follow proven methods to turn that purpose into reality. The quickest way to get there is to learn the secrets of someone who is already successful. But what if purpose isn’t something you find? What if thinking and acting like a successful person won’t lead you to happiness?

In this episode I’ll be talking to Jenny Cornbleet and Mark Futterman about the assumption “I can be successful by imitating successful people”. We’ll be exploring what it means to lead a purposeful, satisfying life. We’ll look at how we can do something bold and different instead of chasing a glossy success story. Finally, we’ll consider when those promising shortcuts to success do harm to those who buy into their offer.

Jenny and Mark help you uncover your deepest purpose so you can start doing what matters most.

They believe most of us look for meaning in the wrong place, asking, “What can I do that would bring me purpose?” That’s an outside-in way to search for meaning, and it often leads to spending your whole life looking for something to give you lasting purpose, but never quite finding it.

Jenny and Mark approach purpose from-the-inside-out, helping you turn your work and life into an authentic expression of who you are and what you’re most passionate about. Whether you have a business, a creative calling, or a cause, they can help you break through self-doubt and feeling stuck and move into a lot more meaning and fulfillment.

You can out more about their work at

They are offering a free guide to six power prompts that can help you to uncover your deepest purpose, which you can find at