Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl

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Viktor Frankl was a remarkable man.

He was a prisoner in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany during WWII, and lost his wife, father, mother and brother there.

Yet through all of the horrors he witnessed and the physical and mental suffering he endured, he was able to survive because of what he calls “the will to meaning.”

In his book, Man’s Search For Meaning, Frankl recounts his experiences there, and how we was able to use his theories – called logotherapy – to stay alive when most people were not.

In our summary, we’ll start off with a summary of his theories, and then move on to how he was able to apply them during his time at Auschwitz, and later at Dachau.

It’s one of the more powerful books I’ve ever read, and I hope it has as big of an impact on you as it had on me.

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