If you experience a lack of connection between what you love doing - what you are genetically and physically programmed to do - and your work, the misalignment can make you miserable. Author Michael Ray contends that life doesn’t have to be that way. He guides you through some soul-searching steps to put you in touch with that one thing that really brings you joy. He calls this your "highest goal" - the quest that drives you to fulfill your purpose. He explains that you can think creatively, discover your highest goal, and steadily follow a path that leads to satisfaction, joy and meaning. getAbstract recommends this book to readers who are interested in self-help literature; Ray does a good job of explaining how to define your highest goal and get started on the path to achieving it.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to discover your highest goal;
- What obstacles stand between you and your goal; and
- Which steps to take to live your highest goal.
About the Author
Michael Ray taught "Personal Creativity in Business" at Stanford University for 25 years. He is a social psychologist and the co-author of many books, including Creativity in Business, The Path of the Everyday Hero and The Creative Spirit.
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