Browsing Category: A meaningful life

• Mid-life crisis, or opportunity, or both?

A meaningful life, Personal life coaching
Mid-life crisis, that’s what men go through in their forties, when they leave their wife and children to hook up with their blond, young bimbo of a secretary, and go cruising down the highway with her in the newly purchased red cabriolet, on the way to a saucy weekend in a seaside resort, isn’t it? Well, that’s how we often depict mid-life [...]

• The six essential ingredients that make work meaningful

A meaningful life, Personal life coaching
I don’t think I have ever met anyone who would not want their life to be meaningful. Yet, I find it surprising how little thought people apply to how they can make work meaningful. Sure, one of the reasons for working is to make money to pay for food, shelter, and other necessities, as well as for the added luxuries of modern living. But, [...]

• A meaningful life; the perspectives of Viktor Frankl and Joseph Campbell

A meaningful life
If it does not feel like a meaningful life, why go on living it? Or perhaps the question is ill-formulated, and should rather be; if your life is so filled with activities and duties that you never have a moment to consider its meaning, can you then truly say that you made the most of it, that you truly lived? Viktor Frankl argued that the [...]
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