Onward, at Last (2017-2020): A Tome on Behalf of Our Progeny Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Fulfillment is the point of life...not wealth, financial security, or even good health.
Yet we are socialized to focus our energies on the very goals that do not produce fulfillment. Is it any wonder so few of us know joy beyond the most fleeting moments of happiness? We deserve more. We are more.
Onward, At Last offer a series of commentaries intended to challenge the convictions we each hold that lead us to a life of disillusionment. This all inclusive third volume offers a mirror that seeks to provide a way forward. If you are like me, sick and tired of being sick and tired, then join me on this reconsideration of the values that’s frame our lives. Together, we can finally move Onward, At Last....
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 48 minutes|
|Author||Kevin Victor Howard|
|Narrator||Dean William Rudoy|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 01, 2020|
|Publisher||Kevin V Howard|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #490,996 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Howard envisions a world where success is measured not by our investments but by our contribution to humanity as a whole. The way forward requires a major paradigm shift, one I question we can pull off. Our best chance to thrive as a species is through a shift in consciousness that eschews competition and supports every person in reaching their potential. Howard believes we still have a chance to find a way to shift our focus from personal wealth to collective fulfillment.
I really enjoyed this book. Kevin Howard is a skilled, clean writer. He covers more territory than many writers could with three times as many words. Howard communicates complex issues with clarity.
Howard believes fulfillment is possible when all of us are free to make choices independently of the need for money. We need to move toward a resource management based economy where the work we contribute expresses who we are and what we are good at, not what we have to do to pay the rent. Check it out to find out how he thinks we can get there. This excellent book goes fast but it's message lingers.