Every month, I travel from New Jersey to Brooklyn to offer workshops on “designing a life you love.” I open every workshop with a single question: “What do you want to change about your life?” At every workshop, I get pretty much the same answer.
It goes something like this: I completely understand how they feel. Four years ago, I felt much the same way. By objective standards, everything was good.
I had earned my Ph.D., and everyone agreed that I was destined for a coveted university professorship. But I felt penned in.Read more on everydaypower.com