Personal growth is a trail walked alone and yet we are all on it together. The authors succeed in demonstrating the link between Logotherapy and labour but more-- they do it with bravado and brilliance. Personal growth is a trail walked alone and yet we are all on it together. Every person in existence needs to read both of these books. I believe that world peace would be greatly helped by having more and more people happy with their lives, as Prisoners of Our Thoughts could help them be. В целом книга довольна интересна , ибо содержит полезные советы и мысли для дальнейших размышлений с применением их на практике.
This book is virtually unique in providing us with both a philosophy and a set of methods for keeping the meaning of our lives and our work vibrantly alive, relevant, and nourishing. In a practical and easily accessible way, this book shows the reader the nature of philosophical factors that can shape a person's view on the meaning of their life and work. This is a must-read for leaders! Тем не менее минус заключается в том, что поскольку книга является неким сборником толкований мыслей и теорий, высказанных в другой книге, да еще и будучи так называем само учителем по психологии, то насыщенность вкуса и впечатления от прочитанного несколько размыты. When we go beyond ourselves-whether in forgiveness, unselfishness, thoughtfulness, generosity and understanding toward others-we enter into the spiritual realm of meaning. And when we do experience it, we are in the heart of meaning. Pattakos made it his life's work to make Viktor Frankl's life's work more accessible to more of us, and that is a wonderful service.
When we work directly for the good of others, meaning deepens in ways that reward us beyond measure. Frankl, so deeply experienced and artfully presented. The third edition is revised and updated throughout and includes four new chapters: looking at meaning in a holistic, integrated way; envisioning what a meaning-centered world would look like; and exploring Frankl's legacy in the 21st century. She is passionate about helping people find meaning in their personal and work lives, as well as helping organizations create meaning-centered workplaces to deliver products and services that truly make a meaningful difference. It is an iconoclastic book, which is set to become iconic. Pattakos show you how to apply Viktor Frankl's core principles to make your work and life more meaningful. Not only is it written in very direct, clear language to assert the case for each of us to follow the meaning in our lives, but it hits an intuitive nerve as Dr.
Those of us involved in the individual quest for meaning will find valuable information and inspiration in it. He delivers an especially powerful message for individuals striving to grow both professionally and personally. The E-mail message field is required. This book is a must-read for all educators, parents, and students. What would you have done differently. As a dear colleague once said to me, you have three ways to live your life: as a victim where it happens to you and you have no control, reactively where you automatically respond, or from a place of creation where it is up to you to choose.
Frankl vividly showed that you always have the ultimate freedom to choose your attitude—you don't have to be a prisoner of your thoughts. These principles include the ultimate freedom to choose our attitude no matter the situation-the idea most closely associated with Frankl-but his ageless wisdom goes well beyond this. I am especially fond of the idea that life is full of meaning and purpose but it is up to the individual to create it for themselves. Reading Prisoners of Our Thoughts is an insightful prescription for promoting health and wellness! Frankl, it is not nearly comprehensive or ground breaking enough. This work adds a great deal of value to this most important of life's searches.
As the book almost exclusively references the work of a Viktor E. I recommend this book with relish. Deeply and impressively subversive in more ways than one, this book invites us directly in the search for meaning of our work and life. Abstract: How do I find meaning in my life? Alex Pattakos—who was urged by Frankl to write Prisoners of Our Thoughts —and Elaine Dundon, a personal and organizational innovation thought leader, show how Frankl's wisdom can help readers find meaning in every moment of their lives. The authors succeed in demonstrating the link between Logotherapy and labour but more-- they do it with bravado and brilliance. There are ways of rising above the human condition, not escaping it, but transcending it through liberation from poor values, perspectives and attitudes. This book is worth the effort at reading it.
No matter what it's called, it is deep meaning and it transforms our lives. ®, a philosophy of living inspired by and based on Greek culture, whose mission is to help people live and work with Meaning. As we wind our way through life's challenges, understanding life's choices and outcomes is foremost. Meaning-- choosing it, living it, sustaining it-- is a significant personal, as well as societal, issue of the twenty-first century. It's a relatively young book, published in 2004, and it strikes an excellent balance between old-world philosophy and new-world quality of work life.
It will take you to a network of discount booksellers offering new and used books at super-low prices. ® This new chapter summarizes research demonstrating the critical role of meaning in improving the quality of people's lives, increasing happiness, and promoting health and wellness. It's a book full of wisdom, a road sign to the meaning and riches of life. This is a book you will want all your associates and family members to read again and again. This book, along with Man's Search For Meaning Viktor Frankl will absolutely change your life as it has countless others, including Christopher Reeves, John McCain, Nelson Mandela and several other inspiring people of the world. Not only is it written in very direct, clear language to assert the case for each of us to follow the meaning in our lives, but it hits an intuitive nerve as Dr.