The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life

The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life


The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work [Epub] ➤ The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work ➥ Alex Pattakos – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Named the Self Help Book of the Year at the New Mexico Arizona Book AwardsIn chasing the good life, many of us sacrifice our relationships, our health, and our sanity, but at the end of the day, we s Way: Finding Kindle ´ Named theSelf Help Book of the Year at the New Mexico Arizona Book AwardsIn chasing the good life, many of us sacrifice our relationships, our health, and our sanity, but at the end of the day, we still find ourselves with lives and work that bring us little fulfillment Life isn t about the pursuit of happiness, which is superficial and fleeting It s about meaning, which helps us realize our full potential, and knowing that The OPA! eBook ↠ our lives and work matter regardless of circumstances Dr Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon, two bestselling authors and leaders of the Meaning Movement, give readers The OPA Way Finding Joy Meaning in Everyday Life Work Inspired by the wisdom of ancient Greek philosophy and traditional village values, and backed by years of research, The OPA Way provides a breakthrough approach and practical tools to renew your outlook and rejuvenate your life Pattakos and Dundon demystify the subject OPA! Way: Finding eBook ☆ of meaning by sharing insights, stories, and three core lessons to guide you on your odyssey Connect meaningfully with OthersEngage with deeper Purpose Embrace life with Attitude Stop searching for happiness and start searching for meaning Create the life you want, The OPA Way.

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work
  • Alex Pattakos
  • 15 October 2017
  • 194036325X

About the Author: Alex Pattakos

Way: Finding Kindle ´ Alex Pattakos, PhD affectionately nicknamed Dr Meaning, is a Modern Day Greek Philosopher and internationally recognized leader of the Meaning Movement, who is focused on bringing meaning to work, the workplace, and into everyday life A very proud Greek American of Cretan heritage , he is a co founder of The OPA Way , a philosophy of living inspired by and based on Greek culture, whose mission is to help people live and work with Meaning The OPA! eBook ↠ He believes passionately that each of us can find deeper meaning in our lives, including our work lives, each day, every dayHe is the author of the international best selling book, Prisoners of Our Thoughts, now in a second, revised expanded edition, which is based on the wisdom of and was encouraged personally by his mentor, the world renown psychiatrist, Dr Viktor Frankl, author of the classic best seller, Man s Search for Meaning Prisoners of Our OPA! Way: Finding eBook ☆ Thoughts, which includes a foreword by Dr Stephen R Covey author of The Habits of Highly Effective People , is currently available in languages and is the inspiration and basis of a feature length documentary film television series that are in pre production.



10 thoughts on “The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work

  1. TheGeekyBlogger TheGeekyBlogger says:

    Listened for Review Tantor Overall Rating 3.50Help Rating 3.00Happy Rating 4.00Audio Rating 3.00 not part of the overall rating First Thought when Finished The OPA Way by Alex Pattakos was an entertaining listen but fell a little short in the self help category It did make me want to visit Greece and I loved their personal antidotes Overall, I felt like there were a few good tips scattered through out the story but this would have been a better autobiography The book left me feeling Listened for Review Tantor Overall Rating 3.50Help Rating 3.00Happy Rating 4.00Audio Rating 3.00 not part of the overall rating First Thought when Finished The OPA Way by Alex Pattakos was an entertaining listen but fell a little short in the self help category It did make me want to visit Greece and I loved their personal antidotes Overall, I felt like there were a few good tips scattered through out the story but this would have been a better autobiography The book left me feeling happy and inspired So in that aspect it did it s job I just felt it needed a littlerefining andconcrete tips.Audio Thoughts Narrated By Tom Perkins Length 7 hrs and 50 mins I have to admit that this really didn t work for me on audio Tom did a decent job on the narration but this might overall work better in print If only because of the structure of the book the tips were not in a way that taking notes was easy they were buried This was not Tom s fault at all Oddly enough if this was a biography or autobiography which it readlike , he would have been perfect for it Part of my Read It, Rate It, File It, DONE Reviews

  2. AKSP AKSP says:

    Broken record, good for Greek tourismMost of the topics are common sense sayings of other philosophers repeated a hundred times Should be a good book for Greek tourism department Besides a few motivational sayings, I didn t gain much.

  3. Angela Champ Angela Champ says:

    Now I want to move to Greece.

  4. Kathryn Bashaar Kathryn Bashaar says:

    Why oh why do I ever read self help books They are almost always full of the same vague platitudes But this one was different it was full of vague platitudes AND quotes from ancient Greek philosophers And lots of exclamation points Always a bad sign Actually this book did include a few somewhat original thoughts, so it was barely worth reading At first I liked the stories about the happy Greek peasants, but then I thought Wait a minute They all have part time jobs as herbalists or fi Why oh why do I ever read self help books They are almost always full of the same vague platitudes But this one was different it was full of vague platitudes AND quotes from ancient Greek philosophers And lots of exclamation points Always a bad sign Actually this book did include a few somewhat original thoughts, so it was barely worth reading At first I liked the stories about the happy Greek peasants, but then I thought Wait a minute They all have part time jobs as herbalists or fishermen or film makers Well, of course they re happy But how do they have things like health care and retirement benefits Oh, the government pays for that But Greeks are notorious for tax evasion and their government is broke and has to keep getting loans from other euro zone countries, mainly Germany.So, here is the secret to joy and meaning in life have a play around job a few hours a week, spend the rest of your time drinking ouzo with your friends, retire at 55, and GET SOMEBODY IN GERMANY TO PAY FOR IT Why didn t I think of that It s so simple

  5. ANNA DEMETRA ANNA DEMETRA says:

    I just finished this book, and it was custom made for the likes of me It intersperses a variety ancient Greek philosophies throughout with modern day application, making it timeless Everything from lifestyle, to values, to purpose, and feeling fulfilled in life are a part of this book The title is kind of cheesy, but the philosophical principles are still so sound for today, even for one of my faith Awesome

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10 thoughts on “The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work

  1. TheGeekyBlogger TheGeekyBlogger says:

    Listened for Review Tantor Overall Rating 3.50Help Rating 3.00Happy Rating 4.00Audio Rating 3.00 not part of the overall rating First Thought when Finished The OPA Way by Alex Pattakos was an entertaining listen but fell a little short in the self help category It did make me want to visit Greece and I loved their personal antidotes Overall, I felt like there were a few good tips scattered through out the story but this would have been a better autobiography The book left me feeling Listened for Review Tantor Overall Rating 3.50Help Rating 3.00Happy Rating 4.00Audio Rating 3.00 not part of the overall rating First Thought when Finished The OPA Way by Alex Pattakos was an entertaining listen but fell a little short in the self help category It did make me want to visit Greece and I loved their personal antidotes Overall, I felt like there were a few good tips scattered through out the story but this would have been a better autobiography The book left me feeling happy and inspired So in that aspect it did it s job I just felt it needed a littlerefining andconcrete tips.Audio Thoughts Narrated By Tom Perkins Length 7 hrs and 50 mins I have to admit that this really didn t work for me on audio Tom did a decent job on the narration but this might overall work better in print If only because of the structure of the book the tips were not in a way that taking notes was easy they were buried This was not Tom s fault at all Oddly enough if this was a biography or autobiography which it readlike , he would have been perfect for it Part of my Read It, Rate It, File It, DONE Reviews

  2. AKSP AKSP says:

    Broken record, good for Greek tourismMost of the topics are common sense sayings of other philosophers repeated a hundred times Should be a good book for Greek tourism department Besides a few motivational sayings, I didn t gain much.

  3. Angela Champ Angela Champ says:

    Now I want to move to Greece.

  4. Kathryn Bashaar Kathryn Bashaar says:

    Why oh why do I ever read self help books They are almost always full of the same vague platitudes But this one was different it was full of vague platitudes AND quotes from ancient Greek philosophers And lots of exclamation points Always a bad sign Actually this book did include a few somewhat original thoughts, so it was barely worth reading At first I liked the stories about the happy Greek peasants, but then I thought Wait a minute They all have part time jobs as herbalists or fi Why oh why do I ever read self help books They are almost always full of the same vague platitudes But this one was different it was full of vague platitudes AND quotes from ancient Greek philosophers And lots of exclamation points Always a bad sign Actually this book did include a few somewhat original thoughts, so it was barely worth reading At first I liked the stories about the happy Greek peasants, but then I thought Wait a minute They all have part time jobs as herbalists or fishermen or film makers Well, of course they re happy But how do they have things like health care and retirement benefits Oh, the government pays for that But Greeks are notorious for tax evasion and their government is broke and has to keep getting loans from other euro zone countries, mainly Germany.So, here is the secret to joy and meaning in life have a play around job a few hours a week, spend the rest of your time drinking ouzo with your friends, retire at 55, and GET SOMEBODY IN GERMANY TO PAY FOR IT Why didn t I think of that It s so simple

  5. ANNA DEMETRA ANNA DEMETRA says:

    I just finished this book, and it was custom made for the likes of me It intersperses a variety ancient Greek philosophies throughout with modern day application, making it timeless Everything from lifestyle, to values, to purpose, and feeling fulfilled in life are a part of this book The title is kind of cheesy, but the philosophical principles are still so sound for today, even for one of my faith Awesome

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