Wednesday, October 16, 2013
The Myth of Ambition
The issue for most of us is not a matter of under-achievement, rather it is over-achievement because we are trained since young to be balanced and holistic, so we know a bit of everything - leading to the situation whereby, we are a Jack/Jill of all trades but master of none. Patrick Morley's definition of "failure" - "succeeding in things that do not matter" - is a poignant reminder that being busy and ambitious may not necessarily indicate a life of meaning and purpose.
Click Here to listen to the full radio interview. This is part three of a four series interview at BFM entitled "Discovering Your Life Purpose".