An Unrewarding Life is a Self Centered Life...

by Peter Demarest
(Philadelphia)

One of the great tragedies of our culture is that our value structures too easily go out of balance.

An unrewarding life is a wasted life.

If either our work or our "life beyond work" is not rewarding then we are wasting that part of our life. We are robbing the world, our families, and ourselves of our greatest potential.

An unrewarding life is a self-centered life. When we are value-centered ALL of life becomes rewarding; all of life is a success.

Peter Demarest
Leading neuro-axiologist. HEAD coach, game-changer, thought-leader, and speaker

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