Viktor Frankl and the search for meaning

by Barrie Hopson on May 18, 2010 · 1 comment

in Meaning,Motivated Skills,The Book

In our book we emphasise the importance of knowing your values and your motivated skills. These are both of course related to meaning and I was fascinated to come across this 1972 clip of Victor Frankl with a barnstorming display on why the search for meaning is central to each of us.

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1 Ian Leaver May 26, 2010 at 1:28 pm

Victor Frankl was a remarkable man, having not just survived the Nazi concentration camps but analysed the experience and learned profound truths from what he went through. His book Man’s Search for Meaning is enlightening, his perspective on the most disgraceful of human behaviour and how people react to such extreme circumstances is well worth the investment of time to read it.

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