The Lone Working Importance in 2022 is an interesting book by David Norton. It was recently released as the third volume of his Human Condition Series. In this book, Norton explores how to become more self-aware and independent as we age. I enjoyed reading this book and it is a very thoughtful topic. Let me tell you why.
Throughout human history, we have lived in a society where people live for themselves or the ego. The modern world, however, is moving away from this kind of thinking and toward a more holistic view of life. The growing number of aging people shows us that we have to change our way of thinking if we are going to continue to experience happiness and success in our lives.
One important lesson to learn is that we should not live for others’ approval but for ourselves. If we are not happy with our current circumstances, we can find ways to be happy in spite of it. Living for others’ approval is like living for a paycheck or a car. Eventually, it will lead you to financial and emotional problems if you depend on it too much. You are just a paycheck away from being broke.
Another lesson is to use your strengths to the best of your ability. There are many people who cannot make it in today’s highly competitive work environment. Because of this, they limit their potential. They become timid and less motivated at work because they feel incapable of competing with those who are stronger and smarter. Focus your energy on your strengths and use your gifts at work.
Finally, never give up! This advice is especially relevant in this economy. If you stay motivated and keep working hard, eventually you will reach your goals. Even in a bad economy, there will always be people who will succeed. Focus your energy on what you can do to achieve it, and don’t worry about failing or being a dud.
The Lone Working Mother has a lot to live for. She needs a house of her own, a car, health insurance, and maybe even a vacation to have fun. None of these luxuries is available to her, unless she is willing to work hard. She has to earn a living in order to enjoy them. If you can earn enough money to support yourself and your family, then that is considered a success.