One option makes you a robot. Two options create a dilemma. More than two and you are truly free.
“I’ve seen other crises in the past, but I have a feeling that this time is different.”
John is worried. He’s 40 and has a comfortable life, as he will tell you. He considers himself a well-centered person with a solid and stable family and career. He’s always done what’s right. He feels like he fits in and is valued by those around him.
Recently, he’s noticed some disturbing and dramatic changes. His friends, good, hard-working people, are finding themselves unemployed, just like that. Work is pressuring him to learn new procedures and suggesting he take more professional development training. “College ...