What is the good life?
That’s the primary question I’m trying to answer with this blog.
Shortcuts and lifehacks are great. Surprising trivia is nice. But how can we really live great lives? I don’t have time for much less.
And I don’t like corny fluff. I want answers backed by research, expertise or deep insight.
Here are four books that really helped me. And I think they’ll help you too.
Find Direction In Life
What is it?
Clayton Christensen’s How Will You Measure Your Life?
What did I learn from it?
Harvard professor Clayton Christensen combines personal experience and MBA principles to provide a path for good life choices.
Confused about a rational but ethical way to find your life’s purpose? What your five year goals are? This is the book for you.
(Short on time? Just watch from 7:50-11:34 mins.)
Check it out here.
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