‘The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life that Matters’ by Emily Esfahani Smith #TuesdayBookBlog #bookreview

An excellent example of an honest review but which has constructive elements that offers readers a chance to make their own decision to buy or not.

Alison Williams Writing

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There is a myth in our culture that to find meaning you have to travel to a distant monastery or wade through dusty volumes to figure out life’s great secret. The truth is, there are untapped sources of meaning all around us: right here, right now. Drawing on the latest research in positive psychology; on insights from George Eliot, Viktor Frankl, Aristotle, the Buddha and other great minds, Emily Esfahani Smith identifies four pillars upon which meaning rests: Belonging, Purpose, Storytelling and Transcendence. 

She also explores how we can begin to build a culture of meaning into our families, our workplaces and our communities.

Inspiring and full of contemporary examples, The Power of Meaning will strike a profound chord in anyone seeking a richer, more satisfying life.

I have to admit that I’m not really a great fan of the whole idea of ‘self-help’, mainly because I feel it…

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