The difference in pursuing knowledge and wisdom made such a difference in my life that I feel compelled to share this with others.
(PRWEB) November 25, 2014
Dr. William Svoboda describes himself as a "student of life," partially because he has spent his life in such a variety of interesting ways and has met many diverse individuals. Through his experiences, Dr. Svoboda has learned that there are certain questions that are important to everyone, including the simplest one of all: "What's worth knowing?" In his book, 'Your Choices, Your Life', which is published by Next Century Publishing, Dr. Svoboda takes readers on a journey to learn more about what is really important in life and helping them to make meaning of often confusing input.
As seen at http://practicingintelligence.com/biography-william-svoboda/, Dr. Svoboda has learned that many of the answers to life's difficult questions are not found in books, but in experiences. "I found very few of the answers to really important questions in institutes of higher learning," says Dr. Svoboda. His new book discusses how discovering knowledge that was truly worth knowing, and putting these insights into effect, has made a huge impact in his life. "The difference in pursuing knowledge and wisdom made such a difference in my life that I feel compelled to share this with others," says Dr. Svoboda.
Besides 'Your Choices, Your Life', Dr. Svoboda has also written another book that will be released in Summer 2015: 'What's Most Important?' Both books will be released by Next Century Publishing.
For more information about Dr. Svoboda, see http://practicingintelligence.com/.
About William Svoboda:
Dr. Bill Svoboda holds a doctorate from the University of Kansas and has taught in public schools in both Kansas and Puerto Rico as well as at Kansas University, Missouri University, the University of Puerto Rico, the College of National Education in Tanzania and Arizona State University. Since his retirement in 2000, Dr. Svoboda has served as Chief Operations Officer for the West Valley Child Crisis Center and is the founder of PotentialMAX, a company that is designed to help individuals and organizations maximize their potential.