Randy Hain's third book offers a much needed guide for any business professional seeking more from life than work alone. In Something More: The Professional's Pursuit of a Meaningful Life, Hain captures the best of what he has learned and observed about how to create a meaningful life, during more than two decades of experience working with business professionals. The book also includes interviews Hain conducted with more than a dozen professional men and women from around the country, all of whom are actively pursuing their own meaningful lives. Their combined and eclectic experiences greatly enrich Something More and offer the reader an authentic guidebook filled with practical wisdom with which readers will connect. After exploring our motivations for the choices we make and the obstacles that get in the way, Hain addresses work/life balance, recalibration of our thinking, serving others, job satisfaction, using our gifts, authenticity, the role of crisis, courage, and the role of faith from a broad ecumenical perspective. This multi-faceted approach will help readers navigate their paths to more meaningful lives, armed with the tools they need for the journey. The thought-provoking discussion questions at the end of each chapter will challenge readers' current perceptions and encourage a different way of thinking about their lives.
Something More is ideal for any business or professional person, from new college graduate to retiree. The book is accessible, practical, authentic, and filled with wisdom. Anyone seeking more out of life than a career will find the book helpful, engaging, and inspirational.
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