Prisoners of Our Thoughts: Viktor Frankl's Principles for Discovering Meaning in Life and Work
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 9 lug 2010 - 216 pagine
NEW EDITION, REVISED AND UPDATED World-renowned psychiatrist Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning is one of the most important books of modern times. Frankl’s personal story of finding a reason to live in Nazi concentration camps has inspired millions. In Prisoners of Our Thoughts, Dr. Alex Pattakos—whom Frankl urged to write this book—elaborates seven “core principles” based on Frankl’s philosophy and demonstrates how they can help us find meaning in our everyday lives and work . This second edition features new stories and examples of people who have applied the principles in the book or who exemplify them; new practical exercises and applications; and a new chapter, “The Meaning Difference®,” which summarizes research demonstrating the critical role of meaning in improving the quality of people’s lives, increasing happiness, promoting health and wellness, and achieving their highest potential.
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1 Life Doesnt Just Happen to Us
2 Viktor Frankls Lifework and Legacy
3 Labyrinths of Meaning
4 Exercise the Freedom to Choose Your Attitude
5 Realize Your Will to Meaning
6 Detect the Meaning of Lifes Moments
7 Dont Work Against Yourself
8 Look at Yourself from a Distance
9 Shift Your Focus of Attention
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