My friend Paul Sohn's new book #QuarterLifeCalling is an absolute must-read for anyone who are looking to discover their vocation/calling. Page by page he provides powerful stories and practical stories to help you find your calling.
Calvin's review of "Quarter-Life Calling": How to Find Your Sweet Spot in Your Twenties
This is a book that everyone should read, whether they are 15, 25, 35, or 65 years old. I wish I had read this book 10 years ago. As an author myself, I have great appreciation of Paul Sohn's new book. I like the candid and honest style of writing, which really forges a connection between Paul Sohn and the reader of his book.
I have read numerous self-help books around this topic, and this is one of the best I've ever read. I think many people are searching for the meaning of their lives. Most people spend at least half of their waking lives at work, so it's important to find work that is meaningful. Without meaning, life is unbearable. With meaning, any difficulty can be overcome. I totally agree with Paul that most people strive for high-paying jobs, but often can't find satisfaction in their work.
I applaud Paul for having the courage to give up the world's "ideal" corporate job and follow his calling. In this book he gives great detail about why and how he followed his calling, and in doing so creates hope for his readers.
If people can find their Quarter-Life Calling, life would be so much more fun, enjoyable, and meaningful. Paul gives readers a plan on how to find their calling, and meaning of life.
I especially like Chapter 12 "Thinking About Legacy". I've heard similar advice about leaving a legacy from a wise man I respect who is in his 70's. Usually people in their 20's don't think about leaving a legacy, they are more interested in building a career. The fact that Paul can write a chapter on thinking about your legacy shows he is much more mature in his thinking than his physical age.
The advice Paul gives his readers in this book will leave a lasting impact, and change people's lives for the better forever. I highly recommend this book.
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