What Life Should Mean To You Audiobook, by Alfred Adler Play Audiobook Sample

What Life Should Mean To You Audiobook

What Life Should Mean To You Audiobook, by Alfred Adler Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: Chris Matthews Publisher: Author's Republic Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 5.33 hours at 1.5x Speed 4.00 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: January 2024 Format: Unabridged Audiobook ISBN: 9781662108976

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Longest Chapter Length:

59:10 minutes

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08 seconds

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32:30 minutes

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Ditch the Freudian depths and rewrite your story with Alfred Adler! "What Life Should Mean To You" isn't about dark desires, but the bright flame of purpose. It reveals that beneath feelings of inferiority lies a powerful drive to contribute and belong. Forget childhood traumas, it's your future goals that ignite your actions. This classic self-help book, penned by psychology pioneer Adler, shows you how to swap blame for encouragement, criticism for support, and isolation for meaningful connections. Unleash your potential, find your place in the world, and make your life a masterpiece - "What Life Should Mean To You" paints the roadmap for a fulfilling journey.

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About Alfred Adler

ALFRED ADLER (1870-1937), pioneer Austrian psychiatrist, was born in Vienna. He first practiced as an ophthalmologist, later turning to mental disease. He became a prominent member of the psychoanalytical group formed around Sigmund Freud. In 1911, he broke away from the group with his formulation of his ‘Individual Psychology’—a consideration of each person’s psychology as different from others—which he developed in his Practice and Theory of Individual Psychology. His main contributions to psychology include the ‘inferiority complex’, and his treatment of neurosis as the ‘exploitation of shock’.

About Chris Matthews

Chris Matthews is anchor of MSNBC’s Hardball. He is the author of several books, including Now, Let Me Tell You What I Really Think, Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero, Kennedy & Nixon: The Rivalry that Shaped Postwar America, and Hardball: How Politics is Played By One Who Knows the Game, and others. Previously, Matthews spent 15 years at the San Francisco Examiner and two years at the San Francisco Chronicle. He received a degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.