Life Reimagined says we make better choices—and find fulfillment—when we live from the inside out.
Think about it this way: at its core, life consists of choices that involve having, doing, and being.
The way the old story encouraged people to “pursue happiness” followed this logic: If I have enough—usually money—then I’ll be able to do what I want—but have delayed choosing—and then I’ll finally be happy.
The new story flips that process: you start with being yourself, with who you are authentically. That leads to doing things that are in alignment with who you are. Finally, as a consequence, you have a fulfilling life—one that is both successful outwardly and feels authentic inwardly.
In the new phase of life, getting ...