1. Kevin Mahoney

    Is Passion or Purpose Most Important?

    I recently read a piece by Sonita Lontoh titled “Passion, Hobby, or Purpose?”. In the article, the writer explores the relationship between our careers and our hobbies, passions and purposes. As one who has reflected on these various concepts a lot over the past few years, I have come to...
  2. meaningfull

    Meaning in Life - Introduction

    Hello, everybody! I specialize in 'meaning in life'. I've come here to share my insights and answer any questions you may have about finding meaning in your own lives. If allowed, I will be providing practical activities you can do to specify and amplify what is meaningful to you. (I think...
  3. Frode

    What is the meaning of life?

    Here are my favorite ideas from "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl. It's a book that deals with the question to the meaning of life, in addition to describing the experiences of a prisoner in the death camps of Nazi Germany during World War 2. I hope you enjoy!
  4. Five Big Ideas

    Are you looking for the job you were born to do? Maybe these ideas can help you!

    Here are my favorite ideas from "Born for This" by Chris Guillebeau. It's a book that gives you the strategies for finding work you were born to do. Please let me know if this helps you, and I'm happy for any feedback on my performance in delivering the ideas!
  5. Samuel Rosario

    The Alchemist: My Personal Review Of This Book

    Hello there, A few weeks ago I finished reading the book The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho The book is powerful. Personally, I can say that it's one of the best books I've ever read! It teaches you the importance of having a Personal Legend. It llustrates how in life we can forget about those...
  6. Ally Mckean

    Try Thinking Like a Child to Beat the Fear of Failure Blues. But How & Why?

    I think something is lost from our babyhood and childhood that is complicated by the childhood experiences we all have that may not be so positive. We learn what to do and what not to do to protect ourselves from the hurt. This goes on right into adulthood and for many folks, for life. We...