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The Search for Meaning in the Workplace

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Naylor, Willimon, and Osterberg search for meaning in the workplace by combining a spiritual journey inward with an outward quest in pursuit of human connectedness. Finding meaning in our work is no easy task, they contend, if life beyond the workplace has no meaning. Similarly, if most of each day is spent in meaningless work, then finding meaning outside of work may be e ...more
Paperback, 219 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Abingdon Press
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Founder of the Internationally not recognized Second Vermont Republic and Professor Emeritus of Economics at Duke University.

Naylor believes in personal freedoms and liberties and has spoken out against consumerism.

Naylor is seeking to secede from the United States of America with his Second Vermont Republic.