Business guru’s tips for living

Posted on May 15th, by James in Press & Reviews. No Comments has run an article on Clay and HWYMYL. From the article:

Over the years, Christensen also noticed something disturbing about people who were once his classmates at Harvard and Oxford. More were living unhappy lives, and he often saw bad personal or professional choices as the root of their problems.

Those observations led Christensen to shape a last lecture for departing students in his class, urging them to think about the things that would give their lives meaning. Students encouraged him to deliver the lecture to the entire graduating business class and eventually it became a book, “How Will You Measure Your Life?,’’ which goes on sale Tuesday.

Students, says Christensen, aren’t focused on “how they will manage their lives in a way that improves the probability they’ll end up with a life they’re happy with, as opposed to a life they would never sign up for. I just don’t think they think about it.’’

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