I’ve been thinking a lot about gratitude lately so the title of this book caught my eye. Oliver Sacks wrote this book at the end of his life….at 80 years old. His perspective on his own life inspired me. At 80, he was grateful for a sound mind along with other things. He noted his regret of time wasted which I think about all the time…maximizing time. So many gems in this short read.
I am always looking for ways to leverage my strengths and improve my opportunities. I was drawn to this book, not to find my strengths, but rather validate what I thought they were. For the most part, I am quite self aware 🙂 This books lists “34 Themes and ideas for Action”. Mine are: (more…)