Book | Man’s Search for Meaning

Meaning as a cure for depression and other ills.

Ever more people today have the means to live, but no meaning to live for. — Victor Frankl

In Man’s Search for Meaning, the neurologist and psychiatrist Victor Frankl (1905–1997) wrote about his experience as a concentration camp inmate during the Second World War. He observed that those who survived longest in concentration camps were not those who were physically strong, but those who retained a sense of control over their environment.

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Mismatching in management

For most of my life I always tried to match with everyone I met.
Matching seemed to me to be the logical and socially acceptable way to behave.
It came as a big shock to me when I discovered how powerful mismatching could be when coaching someone to improve their performance.

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Professional Burnout

Millions of people struggle with unrealistic workloads: 33% of the American workforce say that they check in the office during vacations, and 36% work on weekends or bring home work at least once a day.

Think of this. If your boss doesn’t respect you, at least respect yourself. If your company doesn’t reward you, at least take care of yourself. As said in the article below, the biggest factor in professional burnout is feeling powerless. Take back your life, and the power is yours again. 

Here’s how to find out if you’re burnt out—and why. 

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