Author J. Douglas Holladay explores people’s contradictory reactions to success: Many people gain what they think they want and yet remain unfulfilled. All too often, business advancement and wealth bring unhappiness rather than contentment and joy. The author takes a wise, compassionate look at why this occurs and how you can embrace the good and bad in your life. Holladay details eight practices which can help you lead a meaningful life. His insights and guidance will appeal to those who like to reflect on challenging life issues or who cannot understand why success doesn’t feel a little better.
About the Author
Ambassador J. Douglas Holladay has had a varied career having served in the Department of State, the White House and Goldman, Sachs. He continues to be an active investor while both teaching in the Georgetown University business school and running Pathnorth, an initiative for CEOs and business owners in search of greater meaning in their lives.
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