The Happiness Purpose
First published in 1977, in this extraordinarily prescient book Edward de Bono sets out his method for achieving the ultimate 21st century goal: work-life balance.
Defined in terms of life-space and self-space, de Bono invites the reader to look at their life and measure the gap between these spaces – the smaller the gap, the greater our chances at happiness; but if the life-space is vastly bigger than the self-space, our coping ability is compromised and anxiety is likely.
For anyone concerned with happiness and life-fulfilment this book is essential reading, and is perhaps more resonant with readers now than ever before.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - yarkan - LibraryThing
This made me rethink my time in Japan. Maybe too simplistic with narrowing the gap between expectations and perception but interesting to consider it a priority. Read full review
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