Corporate men for striving for professional prestige and large paychecks can find fulfillment by altering their view of wealth.
— Society has been fed the idea that money buys happiness. Whether it’s a big home or fancy cars, many collapse when they discover the hollow end to their dream. Angus Deaton, this years Nobel Prize winner, discovered that making more does not necessarily make one happier. Eliakim Thorpe, entrepreneur and author, echoes Dr. Eaton, and has taken the path of the American Dream without compromising his soul.
“I have experienced how the path to financial success is littered with the remains of men crushed by the weight of their illusions of prosperity and financial gain,” says Thorpe, creator of the T.H.R.I.V.I.N.G. Organization. “Greatness and significance must be the new framework to develop evolving people and organizations. The road to self discovery through authenticity, integrity, and fulfillment is worth its weight in gold.”
Thorpe, a seasoned corporate professional, leads chairmen, CEO’s, and any men looking to take their life to the next level with his experience in Fortune 10 and Fortune 500 companies. He identifies barriers that are keeping others from pursuing their potential, taking them from a state of being stagnant to significant and encouraging them to live outside the safety-zone of life.
Thorpe’s unique ability to lead and leverage the capabilities of cross-functional teams has allowed him to successfully launch and operate seven separate businesses, sustaining annual revenues of over a million dollars.
Dr. Tranquility, CEO and Founder of Date Therapy compliments Thorpe as a leader:
"Eliakim is a creator, innovator, and thought leader speaking on topics that seek to motivate and encourage us all to be the best possible versions of who we are. He is a well known spiritual teacher who does a tremendous outreach within communities that are often forgotten other than during the holiday season. Eliakim truly walks the walk! Get to know him.”
Name: Jessica Richardson
Organization: Eliakim Thorpe
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