Psychologist and New York Times best-selling author Adam Grant has spent his career studying ways to find more motivation and meaning in life, and he says a great place to start is by looking for purpose at work. Now depending on how you feel about your job, that may be easier said than done, but Adam insists that any one of us can create the job we want. Join us as he details ways to find more fulfillment and satisfaction at work, as well as how to navigate the ever-elusive idea of work/life balance.
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- Adam Grant’s website
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