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Finding the Thrill in Your Life | Phil Klein

Posted by Maura Welch  June 13, 2013 12:43 PM

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Phil Klein: It’s easy to get lost in the mess of life. But, it can also be easy to rid your life of that mess.

A cultivator of community and a business intelligent consultant for Microsoft through ProjectLine Services, Phil Klein tries to section his life into three basic categories: 1) What he needs, 2) the dreams he has, and 3) the adventures that make him feel fulfilled. Klein also suggests that none of us can really feel fulfilled without a personal support network.

“I depend upon and rely upon a community of people,” Klein explains. “These dreams and adventures are not solitary activities,” Klein explains.

Join Klein in his insightful TEDxBeaconStreet talk as he explores what is means to feel happy in your life, how an entire community can be full of heroes, and your own light can shine for so many people in your life.

Klein is a business intelligence consultant for Microsoft through ProjectLine Services and runs an independent consultancy called Pen & Pixel, that builds web databases for clients including Child Care Resources, Senior Services, Philanthropy NW, Crisis Clinic and others.

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