CNBC’s 12 Most Anticipated Books of 2012

Posted on March 15th, by James in Press & Reviews. No Comments

How Will You Measure Your Life? has been profiled by CNBC as one of its 12 most anticipated books of 2012. From the article:

In “How Will You Measure Your Life,” Christensen takes his readers on a journey to make the case that the path to one’s professional and personal success starts with this profound question: “How do you lead a fulfilling life?”

Through a series of questions and models that have been used successfully in the world of business, Christensen reveals how to find happiness in your life, in your relationships, and in your career through the moral decisions you make.

Much in the same vein as Steve Jobs’ epic address at Stanford’s 2005 commencement and Randy Pausch’s “ The Last Lecture ”, this book (which as it happens, is based on a 2010 speech Christensen gave to Harvard Business School graduates after he had survived a heart attack, advance-stage cancer, and a stroke) will inspire and cause readers to pause to answer one of life’s most pressing questions: What exactly is a well-lived life?

Read the full article at CNBC: The 12 Most Anticipated Books of 2012.

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