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This husband and wife team teaches us that the age-old search for the meaning of life can be lightened up using an age-old expression. They’ve found that using the ancient Greek celebratory word “OPA!” makes it easy to apply their principles to everyday life: connecting with others, finding purpose, and maintaining an embracing attitude can help us enjoy the process of searching for meaning in life. From small villages in Greece, they learned that seeking meaning is more fulfilling than seeking happiness. They believe that authentic happiness comes from a life lived with purpose, connection, and the right attitude. The trouble comes when we lack these elements and an understanding of the self. In our frustration, we become “prisoners of our thoughts.” Dundon explains that “one of the reasons we lack meaning in our lives is…we don’t know what we really want.” Pattakos says that, in a counterintuitive way, paying attention to what we consider meaningless can push us closer the joy we seek. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)
Alex Pattakos, Ph.D. is a political scientist and internationally-recognized leader of the "Meaning Movement." His focus is on bringing meaning to work, the workplace, and into everyday life.
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Elaine Dundon, MBA is a philosopher of meaning, a meaning strategist, and keynote speaker.
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To learn more about the work of Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon go to www.globalmeaninginstitute.com.
Host: Justine Willis Toms Interview Date: 12/9/2014 Program Number: 3529
From Album: Zorba the Greek Artist: Mikis Theodorakis FM Records #B004GNEICS
Opening Essay: Track 05 Chasapikos / Questions Without Answers Music Break 1: Track 06 Horos Tou Zorba (I) / Zorba's Dance Music Break 2: Track 06 Horos Tou Zorba (I) / Zorba's Dance (reprise) Music Break 3: Track 02 Sirtos Chaniotikos (I) / The Full Catastrophe
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