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Paul Sohn’s mission in life is to glorify God through transforming people and organizations into Christ-centered, world-changing influencers
Paul is a Korean-Canadian-American who has lived an itinerant life. As a Millennial, Paul has a heart for equipping, connecting and transforming the next generation of leaders to discover God-given purpose and talent in life. He was recently listed as one of the Top 33 Under 33 Christian Millennials to Watch by Christianity Today.
Paul Sohn does various types of work. As an "Organizational Chiropractor", Paul eliminates pain and improves the performance of organizations he works with. He aligns leaders, employees, and processes to drive customer satisfaction. He is a knowledgeable and expert facilitator, consultant, and trainer with experience guiding a variety of audiences from executives, front-line leaders, and employees in Fortune 500 organizations.
As a "Purpose Weaver", Paul embodies living intentionally. He coaches people find their vocational sweet spot, helping them live a purpose-driven life and maximize potential.
As a "Kingdom-minded Catalyst", Paul equips, empowers, and transforms Christian leaders and organizations into Kingdom-minded catalysts.
Paul currently works at The Boeing Company as a LEAN Practitioner. Outside of work he currently serves as a board member and as a consultant at the Portland Leadership Foundation.
A few months back, Paul invited Caleb Suko and Kristina Suko to Portland, OR. They chatted about their lives and how God is using them. They decided to share their passions through a short video interview here. Caleb, who is currently serving as a missionary in Ukraine, has been a blogger whom Paul has been interacting with. His writings at SukoFamily has been spiritually uplifting, enlightening and inspiring.
Paul writes at his popular blog (www.paulsohn.org) Paul is committed to breaking the secular mindsets and inculcating the Good News in people’s lives. The goal for the blog is to equip and empower the next generation of Christ-centered men and women to become mind molders of our society through providing relevant, inspiring, and practical knowledge and tools to help them create a societal transformation of this world.
The focus of the blog rest on four pillars:
1. Intentional living: Paul writes about how to suck out all the marrow of life. That is, to live wholly and fully through discovering your God-given calling in life.
2. Growth: To be a mind molder means to continually reinvent yourself by investing in your growth and development. Change is the only constant. Paul shares helpful resources and fresh insights to help you ignite your engine for growth and development.
3. Leadership: Leadership is the sine qua non for becoming a mind molder. By learning how to make an intentional influence in a person’s life, the blog offers cutting-edge insights on how to grow and develop as a more effective leader.
4. The Christian Life: The personshood of Jesus Christ needs to be embedded in one's daily words, thoughts, and actions. The blog provides stories, information and tools to prevail in this spiritual warfare by following Jesus Christ in one's life.
Paul is writing his forthcoming book on how to live intentionally as a twenty-something. Paul received a Bachelor of Commerce degree at University of British Columbia in 2010.
Bidders who wish to have a lunch or coffee with Paul must be able to get themselves to Portland in order to do so.
Have a coaching session with Paul
Paul’s vision is to turn the world upside down by transforming people and organizations into salt and light of the seven spheres of influence. Have a lunch, coffee, or Skype video call with Paul to chat about your life and how you can find your vocational sweet spot and live a purpose-driven life to maximize your potential. Those who wish to have a lunch or coffee with Paul must be able to get themselves to Portland in order to do so. The Skype call is good from anywhere.