Caught in the Headlights: 10 Lessons Learned the Hard Way
Have you ever gotten what you wished for, only to discover that it's not really what you wanted after all? We've all had those "deer in the headlights" moments when we realize we've been chasing after the wrong things. Caught in the Headlights is a frank, insightful look at 10 key goals most of us think we want - only to discover our eyes are on the wrong prize. Barry Phillips not only entertains but also examines common values and enlightens us to the goals we should seek, and what to do differently now that we know better. From goals such as happiness, self-esteem, protecting our pride, or the perfect physique, Phillips takes a closer look at those aims prized by society and explores how we can pursue higher goals. A thoughtful, funny, and at times profound look into the real reasons we all have for the things we do, this book will entertain, enlighten, and inspire.
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As the title indicates - and a perfectly fitting title for this work, I may add - many of us would be struck dead in our tracks with the realization that what we once thought most important in our ... Read full review
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