The Practice of Groundedness – A transformative path to success that feeds – not crushes – your soul.
In the words of Arianna Huffington, Founder and CEO of Thrive Global “This book taps into something that so many of us feel but can’t articulate.”
In The Practice of Groundedness, bestselling author Brad Stulberg shares a healthier, more sustainable model for success. At the heart of this model is groundedness–a practice that values presence over rote productivity, accepts that progress is nonlinear, and prioritizes long-term values and fulfillment over short-term gain. To be grounded is to possess a firm and unwavering foundation, a resolute sense of self from which deep and enduring, not shallow and superficial, success can be found. Groundedness does not eliminate ambition and striving; rather, it situates these qualities and channels them in more meaningful ways.
Interweaving case studies, modern science, and time-honored lessons from ancient wisdom traditions such as Buddhism, Stoicism, and Taoism, Stulberg teaches readers how to cultivate the habits and practices of a more grounded life. Readers will learn:
- Why patience is the key to getting where you want to go faster–in work and life–and how to develop it, pushing back against the culture’s misguided obsession with speed and “hacks.”
- How to utilise the lens of the wise observer in order to overcome delusion and resistance to clearly see and accept where you are-which is the key to more effectively getting where you want to go.
- Why embracing vulnerability is the key to genuine strength and confidence.
- The critical importance of “deep community,” or cultivating a sense of belonging and connection to people, places, and causes.
Provocative and practical, The Practice of Groundedness is the necessary corrective to the frenetic pace and endemic burnout resulting from contemporary definitions of success. It offers a new-and better-way.
About Brad Stulberg
Brad Stulberg is an internationally known expert on human performance, well-being, and sustainable success. He is coauthor of the bestselling Peak Performance and The Passion Paradox.
To read more about Brad visit his website here.
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