January 17, 2015

Life Purpose Boot Camp by Eric Maisel

Life Purpose Boot Camp by Eric Maisel is an 8-week breakthrough plan for creating a meaningful life. If you are looking for more purpose in your life, be sure to read this book!

Book Description
As life gets busier and more complicated we crave something larger and more meaningful than just ticking another item off our to-do list. In the past, we’ve looked to religion or outside guidance for that sense of purpose, but today fewer people are fulfilled by traditional approaches to meaning. Bestselling author, psychotherapist, and creativity coach Eric Maisel offers an alternative: an eight-week intensive that breaks through barriers and offers insights for living each day with purpose. Once you understand how meaning operates, how meaning and life purpose are related, and what concrete steps you can take toward fulfilling your purpose, you will never run out of meaning again. This program will develop self-awareness and self-confidence and give you what you need to fully live the best possible life.” – Life Purpose Boot Camp

My Thoughts
Life Purpose Boot Camp is an excellent book to push you into your life purpose. The author doesn’t use grandiose ideas that are not likely to work. Instead, he is realistic with what can and can’t happen quickly and over time. Seeing that there isn’t just one path to take or one meaningful path for our life is great. Sometimes we take many paths and have meaningful events in our life take place because of it. This book just helps guide us for the meaningful path that is meant for us right now.

This book has you upgrade your personality, deal with your circumstances, determine your life purposes, create a life mantra, and much more! If you are looking for a book that will help guide you to your life purpose, this is definitely one that you should read! I highly recommend it.

* Thank you to the publisher of Life Purpose Boot Camp, New World Library, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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