From a young age, we're all taught that setting and achieving goals is the way to live a happy and fulfilling life. Stephen Shapiro says that this stops us from enjoying life right now, only to later discover that our achievements rarely create la...
From a young age, we're all taught that setting and achieving goals is the way to live a happy and fulfilling life. Stephen Shapiro says that this stops us from enjoying life right now, only to later discover that our achievements rarely create lasting fulfillment. How can you ditch your goals and enjoy life where you are while still being successful and pursuing your passions? Take a listen to find out.
Stephen Shapiro is the author of multiple books including Goal-Free Living: How to Have the Life You Want NOW!
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