Daniel Goodenough is the author of the recently released book of fiction, The Caravan of Remembering, A Roadmap for Experiencing the Awakening of Your Life’s Mission. He has been a professional musician, research scientist, and graphic designer. In the past 30 years, he has taught thousands of students through The Way of the Heart program to discover their authentic life’s path, and to walk that path in the world. Recently, he has been consulting with companies to help them do business differently, responding to the today’s changing business environment with mindfulness, integrity, and heart.
Trapped in his life as a designer in Chicago that is both meaningless and safe, David hears a call he can’t resist to enter Caravan, a timeless, mystical world where he travels with mentors and other seekers to find his life’s meaning. Tools for the journey, including journaling and immersion in life’s story, are embedded in this rich tale, grounded in the author’s 30 years of working with life mission seekers. A series of questions in the back of the book helps readers apply what they’ve learned to their own lives.
The Caravan of Remembering: A Roadmap for Experiencing the Awakening of Your Life’s Mission.
What is life’s mission, and why is it important in our lives?
How can we can discover our authentic life’s mission?
How can we answer the questions: “What did I come here to do, embody, and serve? Why am I here? Who am I called to become?”
How can becoming aware of our life’s mission help us to make better choices in today’s changing work environment, where young people may have up to 16 different careers during their lifetime?
How can we conduct business differently, with mindfulness, purpose, and respect for each other and the environment?
How can new ways of doing business actually lead to greater financial success? (Daniel has examples of this.)