Discover Your Life’s Purpose... Before It’s Too Late

Stop delaying your happiness. Uncover your roadmap to true success and fulfillment in relationships, wealth, and life.

Imagine the following…

It’s 2037. You’re sleeping in bed when suddenly your body jolts you awake... your heart’s banging against your chest, sweat’s dripping down your forehead, and worries and doubts start to flood your mind.

You look at your alarm clock and it’s 4:15 am. You go to your bathroom, turn on the light, and in the eerie silence of the night you see your reflection staring back at you in the mirror.

Your once thick head of hair has turned grey and thin, there are wrinkles around your eyes, and, worst of all, you don’t see any joy in the face of the man staring back at you.

Forgive me for sounding dramatic… after coaching thousands of guys from more than 87 countries for over the last 10 years, I see this all the time.

After spending decades trying to make something of their lives, too many guys reach their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, and feel empty inside… like it’s all been for nothing.

They feel like their life has no meaning, and often turn to vices like gambling, alcohol, or drugs to fill the void which seems to grow bigger every year.

I don’t want this to happen to YOU.

I don't want you to wake up in the middle of the night years from now with your body gripped by tension and covered in a cold sweat, wondering where the years have gone.

From my time coaching guys going through life crises, I’ve developed some steps to help prevent this from ever happening to you... and if it is happening, to help you to overcome it.

So you can avoid a life full of disappointment and despair... and instead live a life of pleasure, happiness and satisfaction.

I want to share one of these steps with you now.

It’s a technique which has been used in Asian philosophies like Buddhism for thousands of years.

It makes your subconscious tell you what you really want to do in life. And when you find out, you won’t just know it’s what you really want, you’ll "feel" it at a deep level.

Once you’ve found your purpose, things will take on a whole new meaning. It’ll guide you as you go about life… you’ll make decisions knowing they’re right, and you’ll face any obstacles with a relentless determination to overcome them.

And instead of feeling a void in your life, you’ll feel truly fulfilled… even as you travel on your journey to achieving your goals.

Don't waste years going around in circles, or let a future life crisis suddenly make your life fall to pieces.

Watch this video now, and discover how to live a life of purpose… so you can make the rest of your life the best of your life.

To Do Now: Watch the Entire Video Very Carefully, and Leave a Comment!

72 Comments

  • Simon

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    It’s so difficult to get up in the morning when you’re not passionate about what you are doing. The financial rewards are just not enough.

    • James Whitaker

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      You are right about that. The same was happening to me for the last 15 years. So I took on a new hobby and since then, it has become my full time job and now I take advantage of where I am today to move onto the next level!

  • Daniel

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I keep feeling that void in my life almost daily. It’s like I don’t know how to escape it or what to do to feel better anymore.

    • Michael Dias

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      You have come to the right place. You need to take a step back and see what your life really means to you. David used to be like us, but he was able to break the routine and now he is motivating us all the time.

  • Zack

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    The problem is how do you find something your both passionate about and can make a living with? This seems quite hard to me because sometimes you’re passionate about things that won’t make you much money.

    • Christian

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      What are you referring to?

      • Zack

        Reply Reply November 28, 2017

        For example, I’m very passionate about clay pottery but there’s not that much of a demand for this (at least, not where I live). I absolutely love creating something from nothing! But how do I make money with this?

        • Christian

          Reply Reply November 28, 2017

          From the top of my head, I would create a website showcasing your creations. I would also share them on sites like Etsy and see how other people who do the same thing are selling their products. I would look for forums of discussion on this topic. I would be proactive and maybe even consider selling to other countries instead of your own. It’s gotten very easy to do that so it shouldn’t be an obstacle.

          • Zack

            November 28, 2017

            Thanks. Those are actually some great ideas! Can’t wait to implement some and can’t wait for David’s launch! I’m sure I will find some help from this program.

  • Jason

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I think we are all wired to look for the easy fixes and that’s not always the best. The easy fix can take less time but it may lead to that burdened life you keep talking about.

    • Darrell Truby

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      There is nothing in this world that is easy to do and rewarding at the same time. If it is worth it to YOU, then it will likely require hard work!

  • Tyler

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    Already wasted plenty of years going around in circles so I’m hoping your program will get me out of the rat race.

    • Edward Conaway

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      If you have not already seen the other videos that David has put together, I recommend watching the ALL. There is a reason this is a progression and those that can hack it for a little while are going to reap the best rewards!

  • Stuart

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    A life without meaning is probably the thing I am scared the most. I want my life to have some meaning so when I die something is better because of me, whether it’s a person or more or something that’s useful to others.

    • Alexander Hitchcock

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      How do you even know if it is worth living? I mean, that definition is different for all of us and I just do not see how it is possible to know what that is for me. I am lost.

  • Claire

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    The word “effortless” is both very appealing and scary. It’s appealing, well because it means that what you’re doing is easy and comes natural to you and it’s scary because we, as a society are taught that we need to “hustle” “work hard” “invest time and effort for years before getting something back” and effortless is quite the opposite.

    • William

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I agree. Effortless can be a scary word but once you understand what it is that you should be doing with your life, you will be surrounded by things that are effortless to you.

    • Jake Tripp

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I am 100% agreeing with you that it can be scary. But we have to take advantage of programs like this and see where it brings us to life. Not where it will TAKE us, it will bring us as long as we are willing to get on board.

  • Nate

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I’m getting very excited about this program! When is it launching?

    • Jake M.

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I’ve already worked with Dr. Tian, and I’m certain this program will be amazing. From my previous experiences I’ve learned in months things that would have taken me years to learn. Or I might not have learned them at all.

    • Donald Fischer

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I have already worked with David as well. The program is going to be well worth your time and effort to participate in. Please take my words to the bank, you will not be disappointed.

  • Aurelio

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    Not enjoying the goal after I reached it is something I’m also struggling with. I am very pumped up when I start something new, but then it slowly fades away and when I reach it, I feel pretty much nothing.

  • George

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I know plenty of people who like to always blame others for their mistakes. They always find excuses for why something didn’t work or is not going to work.

    • Samuel

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I was one of those people that kept blaming invisible hands all the time. There was a point when I would just not want to do anything at all because I thought “what’s the point?”. I was certain the Universe was conspiring against me. A friend told me there’s a cure for what I had and gave me a book called “The Power of Positive Thinking” by Norman Vincent Peale. This alone changed my thinking and that changed my life.

    • John Palmer

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I have been down this winding road before. I used to blame all kinds of things on people that I barely knew. Then one day, someone called me out on it and I have been watching myself and the blame game very closely since then. Take heed.

  • John

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    Thank you for theses videos been feeling more pressure to achieve more and although approaching it from a positive place has left me feeling burnt out even today had a crazy dash because I had really late night back night before and overslept. I’m so disciplined about being on time as well it brought up tons of fears in my mind. I do use gratitude to stop that happening and have practice it in the past. Felt like been on the limit this week of what I can handle. Know things I working towards are positive but it has felt at my own expense so I am grateful for this video series. I do see a lot of messages on Facebook about keep going and there one I saw today using video footage from film whiplash about doing what love doing for me it mix sometimes I doing new things to try achieve what I haven’t done before other times it things I love doing but still lacking clear purpose. I actually even did tony robbins UPW event so it was inspired but keen see what you doing with this 6 week course you doing. Once again grateful for that and other things in life.

    • James McGee

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I always feel like I have to compete with my siblings for some reason. Looking back now, I am not sure that my parents were really forcing the issue or anything like that, but I look at their lives and wish they were the lives that I lived. Is that normal?

    • Dr. David Tian

      Dr. David Tian

      Reply Reply November 29, 2017

      Hey John, thanks for sharing! Lifestyle Mastery will be an 8+ week deluxe course.

  • Bradley

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    That’s an amazing book! I think it should be mandatory to read it in school. We would all benefit greatly as a society if more would read that and similar books.

  • MS

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I’ve recently started taking responsibility of my life because I’m sick a tired of not living the life I want. I’m starting with smaller steps but at least it’s a start.

    • Roberto

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      Keep moving forward! Keep pushing no matter how smaller of a step you make. There will be days when you seem to work against you but don’t let them get you down. Never give up! You’ll inevitably reach your goals if you don’t give up!

  • Steve

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    David, you rule! Heard great things about you from other friends and I’m thinking of joining this program you’re launching. See you soon!

    • Claude Denham

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      I have heard the same. The forums around the internet are chalk full of good things to say about David! I cannot wait for the next video to come out so we can bring this whole program full circle.

  • Henry

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    It’s time I got my act together and turned my life around. I’m very committed to changing my thinking and you program seems like the best way to do it.

    • John Herrera

      Reply Reply November 28, 2017

      You and me both. I take these videos very seriously and know that it is ONLY ME that can turn things around. I think we are all on the same page, let’s turn that page together!

  • Lee Nale

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    Another great video providing me with motivation! thank you so much David!

  • Steve Stark

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    The burdened life impacts all of us in one way or another. We all have to work and have to do something for other people. We cannot just “check out” one day and hope that someone else gets to take care of those things for us. Even though it might seem burdened, the life is still well worth living.

  • Dino Chambers

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    You speak a lot about getting the life that you really want. I am not sure of what life that is for me. After all of these years and just seemingly huge amounts of wasted time, I am still not sure what I want to do with my life. It does not matter if we are talking about the ladies or just my job.

  • Harry Donati

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I feel like I have been over-thinking things. Maybe the issue is the reason that I cannot find things that just make sense in my mind is that I am making them seem too complex. I will have to just sit back and see if I can scale the thought process back a little. Make things more simple. I always get the idea that is what you do after I watch a video or two of yours!

  • Richard Tisdale

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    When it comes to saying the right things that just make sense, I need you to realize that you are doing the best job at it! You have really opened my eyes and even though I did not really need help with the ladies, you made me realize that a fulfilled life is more than that.

  • Samuel Hernandez

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    For just one time I would love to be able to “FEEL” it deep down inside. I get a buzz every once in a while about certain things and I am not sure if that is my life telling me to take that path or what. I just have not felt anything deeper than that in a long time.

  • Edward Scanlan

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I know people that feel like one day, the sky is just going to open and there will be a person on the other end waiting to tell them exactly what they need to do to succeed in their life. I cannot be like that. I know it will take figuring out and hard work to reach goals. I am ready!

  • Terry Armendariz

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    There is a lot to be said about confidence and how you can present yourself to others in your life. Your life is the same way. There are more ways than one that you can present yourself and you just have to be honest with yourself and take advantage.

  • Steve Williams

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    Brilliant. Just when I thought you could not get my flow moving faster, you put out another great video. These comments are from people hoping for the same thing and I think you can take us there!

  • Dan quay

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    Now, I thought I give a quick review of this Awsome video, I certainly needed a wake up call, when you chatted about passions, what are your passions and life’s purpose, I wrote them all down, what I’m passionate about on lined paper in a pad, it certainly helped having clear out, a memory dump and sorting out what is most important in my life,it came too, eating healthily,singing,my jobs that got to get done, cooking, the list goes on, my point is..

    I worked out a formula, just like e = mc2 which the Einstein relativity, which is movement,i felt stuck until I watched David’s video on purposeful momentum, the formula for life’s purpose, life purpose = what makes you happy(your passion) = fulfilment, so now I don’t feel stuck, I felt I was in flow again, thanks again David your a legend, Looking forward to watching life style mystery.

  • Jack M.

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I feel like you were speaking to me directly and it hurts but it is a good hurt. I feel like I have been leading some kind of life for all these years that just wasn’t my own. I was living for other people and doing things to please other people and I felt empty. I am on the mend and this video really inspired me man. Going to share it.

  • Larry

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I never understood what having a flow meant till you explained it. I feel like I was having a one on one with a good friend. Really glad I decided to click on this. Someone I work with shared it. I feel like I am on the path to ending up old with money and nothing to do with myself. I want to live now while I am young and do things I want to. I don’t want to wait till it hurts to get out of bed.

  • Dave C.

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    An effortless happy life sounds pretty damn perfect to me. I am coming over from the last video. The burden life is something I have seen and been told is “normal” and it is quite funny how this isn’t how it is suppose to be. We aren’t robots. This all sounds great to me!

  • Adam

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    So when you talk about fulfillment you are speaking in the present? Like not actually seeking out a “when” but having a “how”? Am I understanding that right? I never like to admit when things are all down to me and I think it is just human nature at this point to blame others but it feels freeing to know I can change this.

  • Dean Michelle

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I spent some years in the middle east and I have seen what you talked about. People living with next to nothing but being more full of life than anyone I have seen my entire life. It is amazing how the way you see the world really shapes the kind of world you live in.

  • Jess B.

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I am new to your videos David and I am blown away. I am not sure if this is just for men or not but I have been really inspired to make life changes after listening to you speak. You energy tells me you know what you are doing and you do want to help others. Everything you explained it spot on too.

  • Lee

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    We are taught to blame others for how we feel there by giving them power over us. And we walk around wondering why we are not happy? You are one of the first guys I have watched talk on this topic who without a shadow of a doubt get it. Life is NOT a burden! Wake up people!

  • Matthew Calvin

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    My best friend is a self-loathing child. I love the guy but he never accepts responsibility and now I get why he is so unhappy. He is not in control of his emotions, he gives people permission to control them for him and no one is responsible for anyone else’s feelings outside of their own. I am going to share this with him.

  • Nick L.

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    I read a study that being grateful and accepting what you have as a blessing, your actual body can heal from anything. I love how you brought this all together for me. I like the idea of priming myself to be more thankful. I am really going to work on this. I know I need to change for the better.

  • Chris

    Reply Reply November 28, 2017

    My ex wife used to talk like you. She said “Always start your day with a cup of love, two big spoon fulls of gratitude, and one big smile”. Her happiness used to make me sick. I was the one that pushed her away and I am to blame for our divorce. I know this now. It is funny, I am here looking for help and you have helped me… But had I listened to my ex wife 10 years ago, I wouldn’t have been this miserable for these many years.

  • Milos from Serbia

    Reply Reply November 29, 2017

    “Don’t blame invisible hands – that is ridicuolus, that is immature … and that is just stupid”
    Made me laugh xD

  • Milos from Serbia

    Reply Reply November 29, 2017

    Duude, like, it’s like humans evolving, not just you yourrsselv Dave 😀
    Lately I have been experiencing Gratitude A LOT.

    For example, I have always prayed to God in the usual way, like “Oh God almighty…” and stuff like that that there – BUT LATELY = I am thankful for the plants that died, animals that died, minerals harvested and who-knows-what matter moudled into this plastic bowl – Just so that I can have this one lovely meal.
    Also, being thankful for the earth and water from which all this stuff originated from, and to God who shaped them (probably via comet or asteroid or whatever xD)

    Thank you for being the first one to make a foot-path in the white unknown snowy plain, I’ve felt lately the same (so many challenges unchallenged ahead), but you are on a way stronger and exploding level.

    Keep it up, following you always 🙂

    • Dr. David Tian

      Dr. David Tian

      Reply Reply November 29, 2017

      Hey Milos, wonderful gratitude practice!

  • Michael

    Reply Reply November 29, 2017

    I consider this. I defeated the odds making it into this world. I defeated the odds making it this far in my life. If I gave up today there is still so much of this world I would never get the opportunity to experience. If I give up I will never have the chance to see the people around me grow or influence their lives. If I give up I will never have the chance to be the light in someone else’s life. I try to cultivate the small things in my life in hopes those small things will make me a better person. I then in turn hope that better person will attract the right person to me. I haven’t been following you that long David, but I appreciate all you have taught me up to this moment. Thank you!

    • Dr. David Tian

      Dr. David Tian

      Reply Reply November 29, 2017

      Awesome, Michael!

  • Luka

    Reply Reply November 29, 2017

    How much of this does Invincible cover, because I know there are guided meditations in it that help you find your Purpose and get in control of your emotional values,…but I also know it includes the entire Charisma Code and I would like to know how much Lifestyle Mastery differentiates from what Invincible has to offer.

  • Joe

    Reply Reply November 30, 2017

    The last two videos were incredible, the indepth talk about the burden life is amazing. My father is living a burden life right now. He’s 50 and he regrets not doing what he wants. He wishes he could go back in time and become and architect (he’s economist). This third video is just as good and previous 2. God bless.

  • Dave

    Reply Reply November 30, 2017

    I quit my job 3 years ago, i made good money there but i didnt love a single second of it. I’ve always wanted to write movies/books/tvshows. I did my first screenplay last year and i never felt happier. The burden life is real. The sooner that you wake up the better it is.

  • Sunny Lalwani.

    Reply Reply November 30, 2017

    The example of the kid in mud being happy is so good and on point, i’ve visited india before there’s kids living in bad conditions but they are so happy. Yet most kids who are not in welfare can never enjoy life like them. I understand now what you meant when you talked about the interpretation of feelings.

  • jamie kl.

    Reply Reply November 30, 2017

    “I am gonna take responsibility for the quality of my life” That is the most simple thing and the truest one i’ve ever heard. You can never let anyone dictate where you wanna go and what you wanna do. Regardless on how crazy it is or feels.
    Great message David.

  • Jake M.

    Reply Reply November 30, 2017

    I feel like we live in a world where “being different” is a bad thing. You’ll get judged for it and looked differently. Why is that important? It’s important because that leads to a Burden life and regret. You don’t want that, no-one does, but people who cared about others opinions are now living that life of regret.
    Looking forward to your 8 week course man. Feels good to know that someone out there understands these things so well.
    Cheers.

  • Brian Powell

    Reply Reply December 1, 2017

    You David, are amazing. No kidding. No joke. No flattery. You really are. Thank you. Brian

  • Jerry Salas

    Reply Reply March 21, 2018

    David, thanks for the video…man really hit home reinforcing some things I had already discovered; however, finding my purpose has been my life’s challenge and would have never made the connection to what I’m grateful for. Nonetheless, I will wait for your next video to further understand how to find my passion. It’s crazy how you described my burdensome life and struggles…Thank you for all your help.

  • Todd Omohundro

    Reply Reply March 22, 2018

    I very much resonate with these concepts and feel like I am ready for a transformation. I am a public school music teacher outside Philadelphia and 4 years away from “retirement” but definitely feel the need for change. Approaching 60 so not young but feel very young in spirit and hope to live to 100. I am going to write in my gratitude journal right now and THANK YOU DAVID.

  • Manuel

    Reply Reply September 27, 2018

    I feel the need for change

  • Philip Chan

    Reply Reply February 27, 2019

    Currently going through a breakup right now. 3.5 years long term relationship. David was a huge key in helping me get better with escalation, which was my biggest flaw in my game back then. He is now helping me get stronger in my moving on process. Grateful to have you as my mentor Dave!!

  • Mark Gazette

    Reply Reply February 28, 2019

    Its just my opinion but it seems like you mean subconcious
    But say unconsious please review third video and revise if necesary
    Otherwise Have a great day

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