Are You Actively Engaged at Work? Willing Your Own Professional Meaning

I read with great interest an article by Adam Grant, a Wharton professor, titled, “The #1 Feature of a Meaningless Job”.[1]  Professor Grant points to research that reminds us that people want meaningful jobs that contribute to something worthwhile. Moreover, he states a well-known fact for those of us with many years of work experience…

What is Meaningful Purpose Psychology (Logoteleology)? Part 2

Luis A. Marrero, M.A., RODP, LLP Boston Institute for Meaningful Purpose Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life; everyone must carry out a concrete assignment that demands fulfillment. Therein he cannot be replaced, nor can his life be repeated, thus, everyone’s task is unique as his specific opportunity to implement it.” —…

What is Meaningful Purpose Psychology (Logoteleology)?

(Because this blog is read by a global audience with different backgrounds and interests, we do not cite sources with the same rigor as we would in psychological journals. For those interested on the scientific sources of logoteleology, please read “The Path to a Meaningful Purpose: Psychological Foundations of Logoteleology“. ) Meaningful Purpose Psychology [1] (MPP)…

What it takes to Really Improve: A Meaningful Purpose Psychology Perspective

Meaningful Purpose Psychology came to being as the result of one fundamental problem:  Why is it that despite the availability of answers, humanity’s most pressing problems persist? For instance, reading the news on my mobile this morning (January 6, 2014) I read a well-written article published by Katie Zezima and Samantha Henry, from the Associated…