It's time for the 30 Sec Book Takeaway Show!
Each day a takeaway from a book, life experience, or an interaction with an author would be shared that leaves you with a big idea that can be used to
#1 Leaves you with the big idea of the book to think about
#2 Understand if the book fits what you are looking for
#3 We have time for 30 Sec
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Takeaway 3/3 (Three Places To Find Meaning) - Man Search For Meaning By Viktor E Frankl
During Frankl’s time in the Nazi concentration camp, he discovered three sources of meaning you can turn to when you lose hope and require motivation.
#1 Pursuing a Life Task
#2 Loving Selflessly
#3 Suffering Bravely
Why did she leave me ? (Handling Rejections - The Rudest Book Ever)
Did you ever allow them to run over your life and treat you inhumanly?
Rejections are hurtful 💔 might make you doubt yourself while it is nothing about you.
Handling rejections from “The rudest book ever”
Rejection should mean jackshit to you - Swetabh Gangwar
Takeaway 2/3 (Happiness) - Man Search For Meaning By Viktor E Frankl
“Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue.” - Viktor E Frankl
Did Hollywood get it wrong? What do you think?
1. More one looks for it less likely one finds it (Time Magazine - Mandy Oaklander)
2. People who pursue happiness often feel they don’t have enough time making them feel unhappy - (Research paper by Aekyoung Kim - springer)
Admire and respect @ceoofhappyness (Chris Gardner - the real-life character from the movie) and @willsmith, it’s nothing about them but a view on the portrayal of the idea.
Takeaway 1/3 (Attitude) - Man Search For Meaning By Viktor E Frankl
Takeaway 1/3 - Man search for meaning
Forces beyond your control can take away everything you possess except one thing your freedom to choose how you will respond 🤩 - Viktor E Frankl.
Frankl says that a person is made as a result of their inner decisions and not the result of outside influences alone. Even in an extreme environment, like a concentration camp, man can still retain his human dignity.