GFL in Boston Globe

February 19, 2006  

There’s an article in today’s Boston Globe (and about 20 other papers) with a reference to Goal-Free Living. It starts out…

Find your voice, and then use it by Dale Dauten
“When you wake up tomorrow morning, make believe you are another person — an artist, a musician, or a doctor. It doesn’t matter, as long as it is someone other than you. You will begin to see things over the course of the day that you never saw before. Then the next day, be someone else.” This advice comes from an intriguing new book, ”Goal-Free Living” by Stephen Shapiro. Its premise is that goals are not the path to happiness but a hindrance to it, that we should be open to life as opposed to being Captain Ahab in pursuit of the great white Mercedes.

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