Dieter Randolph started his career in the “family business” of ministry. He’s since left that field, and has taken on a wide variety of jobs, from car sales to working for Google. These days, he’s a writer, speaker, coach, teacher, and podcaster. Along the way, he’s refined his ideas of what it means to live a meaningful life, including what leads us in the direction of meaning and how we get thrown off course. Those ideas also are the basis of his book, “Meaningfullfilled.” Dieter talks with me about everything from a concept of something bigger than ourselves to how our resistance to boredom can choke our creativity, and the importance of seeing each other as inherently worthy, valid human beings and listening to each other’s stories.
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