Why You Can't Be Anything You Want to Be

Based on the idea that every person is endowed from birth with a unique pattern of competencies and motivations, or giftedness, this book describes your Motivated Abilities Pattern (MAP) which indicates your personal giftedness and encourages you to pursue your unique calling and live a purposeful life that is highly productive and richly satisfying.

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By Emily (Atherton, CA) · ★★★☆☆ · November 18, 2007
i thought this was interesting, again because it was a new idea. The concept of the book (similar to theories of people like Parker Palmer) is that you can't BE anything you want to be because you're wired in a way that you're going to be best doing what you were made to do and everything else is... ...more
By Ryan (Nashville, TN) · ★★★★★ · June 06, 2008
So simple in its outlook and gameplan for figuring out who we are as people, and more importantly who we are as workers. The literature also has some interesting perspectives to offer on how various institutions and areas of life could be different... could be revolutionized, in fact, were we to... ...more
By Jim (The United States) · ★★★★★ · August 21, 2007
one of the best books out there when it comes to getting to know yourself and how you work best. ...more