I am intrigued by how we become who we are and why our paths take a particular course.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
Do you know who you are, and what your life purpose is? How often have you wondered what truly matters in life? Have you found yourself seeking answers to successfully fulfilling your life’s purpose?
Luis Marrero, CEO of the Boston Institute for Meaningful Purpose, wants to help readers answer life’s existential questions in order to make meaningful choices for successful living.
In his new book, “The Path to a Meaningful Purpose”, Marrero introduces foundations of a new movement in psychology called logoteleology; chiefly a blend of logotherapy, psychological theories of motivation and teleology, which Marrero calls the “science of meaningful purpose.”
“Mankind does not suffer from a lack of answers”, said Marrero. “Rather it suffers despite answers being available.”
Part scholarly psychological research and part self-improvement book, “The Path to a Meaningful Purpose” is a foundational guide that explains what is meaningful and meaningless while empowering individuals to take control of their lives in order to make meaningful choices for successful living.
“For more than twenty years I have been a student of psychology on a quest to discover what makes us human and to what meaningful end,” said Marrero. “I am intrigued by how we become who we are and why our paths take a particular course.”
“The Path to a Meaningful Purpose:
Psychological Foundations of Logoteleology”
By Luis Marrero, MA RODP
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Lulu online bookstore
About the author:
Luis Marrero, MA, RODP, is CEO of the Boston Institute for Meaningful Purpose and an associate senior consultant at YSC Business Psychologists, based in Westfield, Massachusetts, and San Marcos, Texas. Marrero has worked for Fortune 100 companies in three continents as a Human Resource practitioner, business psychologist, Organization Development Consultant, lecturer, executive coach and facilitator.
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