On Tuesday evening (March 13th) Roman Krznaric, author of The Wonderbox and soon-to-be-published How To Find Fulfilling Work presents a workshop at The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton.
In the workshop on how to rethink your career options and find fulfilling work, Roman Krznaric will be discussing whether we should abandon the ambition of becoming a high achiever and instead aim to be a ‘wide achiever’. He will also be exploring the psychology of career confusion, explaining why we need to put ourselves on ‘radical sabbaticals’, and revealing just why we should not attempt to find our vocation – we should grow it.
Roman Krznaric is a cultural thinker who advises organisations on using empathy and conversation to create social change and a speaker at public events on empathy, the history of love, the future of work and the art of living. He will be talking to us about career change and fulfilling work from his unique perspective.
His book ‘How to Find Fulfilling Work’ is one of a new series of practical philosophy books edited by Alain de Botton, to be published jointly by Pan Macmillan and The School of Life in May 2012.
‘The Wonderbox: Curious Histories of How to Live’ explores what we can learn from the past about ways of living and was published in January 2012.
‘Think Alain de Botton meets Niall Ferguson…a wonderful mix of social history and good ideas for everyday living’ – Robert Kelsey, author of ‘What’s Stopping You?’
‘The author’s enthusiasm for direct solutions to modern dilemmas is infectious. Read this book to open your mind to new possibilities.’ Sue Gerhardt, author of ‘Why Love Matters’ and ‘The Selfish Society’.
Tickets £7 in advance, £8 on the door
This is the final event in our series of 6 – don’t miss it!
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