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Nick Craig is founder of Core Leadership Institute, which helps executives lead with authenticity. Photo/TOWN magazine

1982 Furman University graduate Nick Craig found his purpose at MIT. For the Furman computer science and math alumnus, it took enrolling in engineering school to learn that he was more gifted in people and how they ticked versus the inner workings of computers. In an article appearing in TOWN magazine, Craig, founder of Core Leadership Institute, speaks about his experiences and new book, “Leading From Purpose.” Said Craig, “The good news is we all have a purpose that has been with us all of our life, but if we don’t know it, then we don’t have the choice of stepping into it.”

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