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The desire to lead a fulfilling, happy life is a universal human trait-just consider the many self-help books promising to reveal the one "true secret" of happiness and success, based on the author's personal experience.
Such books miss a vitally important point: what brings one person fulfillment may bring another person stress. Each person takes a different route to a meaningful life-there is no single path.
Blocks of Life accepts this truth and builds on it. Every life is made up from a set of building blocks-family, love, financial security, hobbies, passions, and career. Some people identify with a single block, whether it be work, family, or personal interests. Most have a group of blocks that make up the most important aspects of their life.
Discover which blocks of life are most important to you, and take active control of your own life. Experimenting with different life blocks and their relationship to each other allows you to create meaningful, rewarding life patterns you control.
Become the architect of your own life. Start building with life blocks. Because good lives don't just happen. They're built block by block.
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About the Author
Pete Wiley wears many hats. He's an environmental economist, a baseball coach, a musician, a blogger, a runner, and a biker. He grasps every opportunity to learn from his work, his hobbies, his triumphs, and his challenges.
Wiley began writing down the lessons he learned for his son, Peter, back when Peter was too young to fully understand. Wiley now shares his thoughts with a much broader audience through Blocks of Life, social media, and his successful blog, blocksoflife.com. He lives in Maryland with his wife and son.