The Art of Strengths Coaching

F is for Viktor Frankl: His Work On Meaning

Viktor was an Austrian psychiatrist who lived between 1905 and 1997. He was a compelling speaker. This is a much-watched video of him giving a lecture in 1972.

His work reached millions of people Read more

B is for Tal Ben-Shahar: Happiness

Tal Ben-Shahar loves teaching and his Harvard University course on How To Be Happy attracted over 800 students.

Why teach such a course? Tal recalled his own days as a student. Even though he Read more

W is for Bronnie Ware: Learning From The Top Five Regrets Of The Dying

Bronnie’s life changed when she worked in palliative care. She found that many people experienced a sense of peace before they died.

Learning from them, she discovered that some had regrets. She Read more

C is for Clayton M. Christensen: How Will You Measure Your Life?

Clayton co-wrote the book How Will You Measure Your Life? Looking at his own life, he asks the following questions.

Is there something that I can leave the world that is something Read more