A Life at Work: The Joy of Discovering What You Were Born to Do

By Thomas Moore
Read by Lloyd James

6.25 Hours 12/27/2007 unabridged
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Bestselling author and internationally known lecturer Thomas Moore finds people everywhere he goes who express unhappiness with their work lives and ask, “Why am I doing what I’m doing?” In A Life at Work, Moore takes listeners through the transformative process of discovering their deepest purpose in life. In exploring the strong desire in all of us to feel fulfilled by our work, Moore offers no charts or questionnaires but rather a personal, contemplative guide to traversing obstacles such as inflated egos, despair, and fear that prevent us from finding purpose in our careers. He also shares the struggles of great thinkers and artists who grappled with uncertainty before finding their calling. For those who feel dissatisfied and question the path they’ve chosen, this poignant, practical work will help them discover new answers.

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Bestselling author and internationally known lecturer Thomas Moore finds people everywhere he goes who express unhappiness with their work lives and ask, “Why am I doing what I’m doing?” In A Life at Work, Moore takes listeners through the transformative process of discovering their deepest purpose in life.

In exploring the strong desire in all of us to feel fulfilled by our work, Moore offers no charts or questionnaires but rather a personal, contemplative guide to traversing obstacles such as inflated egos, despair, and fear that prevent us from finding purpose in our careers. He also shares the struggles of great thinkers and artists who grappled with uncertainty before finding their calling. For those who feel dissatisfied and question the path they’ve chosen, this poignant, practical work will help them discover new answers.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Over the years, Thomas Moore has taught us how to discover the holiness concealed in the ordinary. In this very useful book, he shows us how to search for the sacred dimension of our work and find our life’s meaning in the process.” Harold Kushner, New York Times bestselling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
“Bestselling spiritual guru Moore (Care of the Soul) says that finding the right work, finding one’s vocation, is also part of the care of the soul…this will be of use to many people who seek joyful work and integrated lives.” Publishers Weekly
“Lloyd James is a serious and objective narrator who puts the material center stage…He lays out the text in a manner that is as straightforward and no-nonsense as its message.” AudioFile
“Readers will respond to his consistent warmth.” Library Journal

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Author Bio: Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore is the author of more than ten books, including Care of the Soul, which spent forty-six weeks on the bestseller list. He is a leading writer and lecturer throughout North America and Europe on archetypal psychology, mythology, and imagination. He lived as a Catholic monk for twelve years and has degrees in theology, musicology, and philosophy.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Psychology
Runtime: 6.25
Audience: Adult
Language: English