For the Best, You Need Nothing: All You Need Is You
Throughout his life, Italian author Gian Carlo Bina has been in constant search of a credible answer to the following questions: • Who are we? • Why are we on Earth? • Where do we come from? • Where are we going? Perhaps most interesting is the fact that he has done so while working at and managing numerous companies following his studies at Harvard Business School - not while in a monastery. His habit of analyzing problems while looking for solutions has had an immensely positive influence with respect to the way he has dealt with these fundamental questions. For the Best, You Need Nothing: All You Need Is You houses many eye-opening ideas and suggestions concerning one's life and is heavily based on Bina's firsthand experiences. Its ideals first discussed many years ago at a restaurant in Paris, it stresses the importance of improving the way in which we prepare one another for life on Earth and implores us to do so with a free and independent approach - not by solely accepting, without cool analysis, any theory that is offered to us, regardless of how religious or civilian it may be. In spite of difficult times, after reading Gian Barlo Bina's lifelong work of heart, passion, and most of all, genuine care and love, one will surely walk away with an improved sense of identity and an enhanced quality of life here on Earth.
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