Cover Photo ©1996 Comstock; Recording (P)1996 by Audio Literature; Copyright ©1996 by Joseph Jaworksi
"Synchronicity is (for) anyone serious about leadership.�" (Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline)
If you're corporate suit looking for new ideas for the boardroom, download this one. I'm sure you'll love it. If you're a lover of Jung and all things philosophical/metaphysical, don't bother. God, I so don't care about the implementation of global strategies for Shell oil company . . .
I felt that the book started strong and held my interest, however, halfway through I found myself nodding off. I was expecting a more engaging story and more lessons to be learned than there were. Disappointing, but this book was required reading for a class that I am taking.
Started very strong but turned into gibberish. This was basically an autobiography but never really told how you could achieve this self actualized level.
the ideas are intrinsic inside the story, it does not feel like a lecturer, it feels like a mentor.
the recording was noisy and the narrator did not have an optimal flow while reading.
This is a truly engaging story about how to find your true voice and change the world. Joseph Jarowskis life seems to have inspired Robin Sharma to write The monk who sold his Ferrari and pick up a new career. It touches upon the interesting concept of synchronicity. And even though the author never really explains the concept in detail, you will grasp it fully. That is if you are open to the notion of a synchronized universe.
The book opens up doors, but does not close them all, leaving more questions than answers. Which I find great.
View it as a start of a new inspirational journey to transform your life and starting to search for your true contribution to the world.
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