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Goal-Free Living: How to Have the Life You Want Now!

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Praise for Goal Free Living
Setting goals may be fine. But letting your goals take control of your life can be devastating. Goal-Free Living shows you how to explore paths in your life you never knew existed and discover a more exciting, successful, and rewarding life--today!
"If you have only one goal this year, let it be this: Read Goal-Free Living!"
--Daniel H. Pink auth
Hardcover, 219 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by John Wiley & Sons
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Pavel Evstigneev
Very good book, the idea is opposite to reaching goals (mostly practical psychologists teach us reach goals)
The book is all about how to achieve incredible success in life by giving up on goals. And if you don't experience incredible success, at least you'll be happy (but possibly poor, which is largely ignored). I thought the idea behind the book was great, but the prose dragged a lot in the beginning. It got better, especially when the people the author encountered on his cross country trip were featured. Plus towards the end, the book was much more inspirational and motivational in contrast to the ...more
May 19, 2007 Angela marked it as to-read
Read about this in a magazine and was intrigued that someone shares my view about how to live with goals. I haven't read this yet so I can't say for sure, but from what I understand, the author is not condoning living an aimless life. Instead, we should be flexible in our goals and the ways we achieve them so that we do not shut out unexpected/unplanned opportunities for ourselves.
Basically, this book changed my life. One paragraph spotted in a book store in far 2008 - and a 180 degrees turn in life. I would give in much, MUCH more than 5 stars if I could.
Carroll Straus
So far I think it's GREAT!
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