Reading Goal-Free Living for the First Time…Again

One of the book’s early reviewers recently had a change of circumstances in her life. She was contemplating a career change. Rereading Goal-Free Living, when in this new situation, gave the book new meaning. Here’s what she wrote…. I was fortunate to be one of...

GFL in Boston Globe

There’s an article in today’s Boston Globe (and about 20 other papers) with a reference to Goal-Free Living. It starts out… Find your voice, and then use it by Dale Dauten “When you wake up tomorrow morning, make believe you are another person — an...

Goal-Free Dating

Valentine’s Day is here. A time of celebration for some. A day of great emptiness for others. Think about the pressure that men and women 25+ put on themselves when it comes to dating. They have convinced themselves that they will be happy when they are in a relationship. That...

Quoted in Today’s Investor’s Business Daily

I am quoted in today’s Investor’s Business Daily. Click here to read the article.

Video: Shapiro on Sundays With Liz

On Sunday February 5th, I was on Sundays with Liz (Walker) on CBS 4 – Boston. The entire show was about “goals.” To download the video, right-click on the desired file and “Save Target As.” Then play the video from the saved location. Download wmv video Enjoy!

Making an Impact

My theme for 2006 is “impact.” It makes me feel incredible when I receive emails, like this one… FINALLY! Stephen, Thank you so much. I could never put my finger on it, but the high pressure of all the goal setting made me anxious, and I felt like I was missing...

Three Cheers for Change

I recently received an email with the subject line, “Three Cheers for Change.” It is the story of Erin McElvaney, and her interpretation of Goal-Free Living, based on her own experiences. For Erin, it means leading a life of adventure. For now, that is her compass...

Business Plans = Bankruptcy?

I recently received the following email… I appreciated your blog entry on goal-free business. My experience with start-ups has taught me that it is the journey, because the destination isn’t always what you originally intended. The first start-up company I was with...