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- Publication Date: June 19, 2013
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Find Your Passion: 25 Questions You Must Ask Yourself Kindle Edition
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Thank you Henri, for this great book!
I will be utilizing the book with inmates who have decided to do something different with their lives, whose sentences may mean only a few months until release to those with life sentences. To get their lives on a positive, productive path, they need to anchor themselves in a vision for what their lives can become, setting aside and moving away from whatever their lives had been. For those who may be spending the rest of their lives inside prison (or for a decade or more), they pose a particular challenge. Without direction in their lives, they will mark time and do little, wasting the promise of their future, limited as it is by incarceration.
The book does a great job of developing the pieces that need to come together to attain the vision, to identify the passion, exploring positives and examining negatives. It has a constant goal of reaching beyond the treadmill of daily life, of marking time whether inside or outside prison, to something personally meaningful and fulfilling. I think this will be very helpful in my work with the men.
However, what I actually dislike about this book is that it's too abstract for me. Some ideas are not so practical and somehow sounded dreamy (which may be inspiring for some people but not just the coaching I was looking for). So, if you are looking for some specific, practical, directional books, this one may not be for you. But if you need some mental boost and sparkling inspirations, you may want to consider this one :)
However book helped me to set some time for self reflection and focus on specific questions. Some of the questions were particularly useful and relevant.
If you continue to think the same thoughts, you'll continue to have the same results. Using the questions in Henri's book, I found a few insights so I could think in a different way about creating my passion. That is priceless.
I recommend this book to anyone who feels stuck, and is willing to ask themselves questions. Henri gives good examples so it is easy to follow along -- just put in the time. I also recommend this book to coaches looking for insightful questions to ask their clients. There is much here that can lead anyone to a more exciting, vibrant, and satisfying life.