What's in Your Kubburd? How to Use What You've Got to Make Meaning and Find Purpose in Your Life
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What's in Your Kubburd? How to Use What You've Got to Make Meaning and Find Purpose in Your Life

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What do you want to be when you grow up? In the deepest parts of our being, we seek the answer not just to how we want to make a living, but also how we want to make meaning in our lives. Each of us has a storehouse of ingredients inside us, a Kubburd, waiting to be used to make meaning and find purpose in our lives. The ideas in this book are largely inspired by research...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
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Munro Richardson learned at an early age to think like an entrepreneur: to pursue opportunity beyond the resources you currently control. He beat the odds that sent many others from his neighborhood (dubbed "The Murder Factory" by the local newspaper) to prison or the graveyard. Munro made his way from Kansas City's urban core to the Great Wall of China, Harvard Yard, and the spires of Oxford Univ...more
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