Your Path to a Contentment Mindset
Do you take life too seriously even though you know it is so temporary…….? Have you found yourself postponing the things that you really want to do……….? Do you ever wish you could enjoy your work a little more or wonder where to find purpose, happiness, or just contentment? After a near-death health experience and living through the horror of the Christchurch earthquakes, Rahul Rai started to look at the bigger purpose of all we do. How to help people live the lives that make them a little happier, more content and leave a legacy to the world. In this his third publication, he takes a deep dive into perspective in life and the joy of philantropy as he takes you on a journey to disrupt the norm and be part of something bigger than yourself. Our younger citizens are searching for a balance and others have been contemplating life besides work for a long time. What about health and fitness and holistic living? There is now much more awareness of how we are damaging our planet. Ever pondered this quest for exponential growth in businesses.... instant gratification through technological advances……surely these must be coming at a cost…. a raft of consequences? And, of course, our current traumatic global pandemic, which is causing so much turmoil everywhere, has encouraged us to take a breather and reflect. We are all seeking alternatives to get more time for ourselves, knowing that this is the one resource that is constantly fading away, so we have to cherish it along with our health. Is it wise to postpone so many of the things that make our heart sing to sometime later on when there is no guarantee that such a time will come for you and what state of mind or health you will be in? Repurpose, the realignment of life to create a purpose, may be the answer and that can be done at any time! Signing off on an exhilarating 35-year-long career in managing hotels, Rahul drew a line in the sand and repurposed. This mindset to contentment is explored and challenged in this is a ‘why to’ rather than ‘how to’ book Whether you’re 20 and just starting or in your 60’s and consolidating, if you are looking for purpose, work life balance and contentment, there’s something in here for you.