‘The Half-Known Life: What Matters Most When You’re Running Out of Time’ By Ryan Lindner

One day everything went black. “I’m going down now,” I said to a young woman a few seconds before the darkness—my first cardiac arrest.

It soon became maddening to hear a client expressing their distress about the all-consuming daily problems that now seemed so small to me. Problems often become magnified when you have the energy to give them.

You could say THE HALF-KNOWN LIFE is a book about productivity, and it is, yet not productivity in tasks but rather productivity in experiences. It’s not just a book about being busy; it’s about the Why? and the What for?

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