Christian Wilson, president of Yes Education, recently published his second book called "Quest for Ikigai: Create a Fulfilling Life".
Ikigai is a Japanese concept meaning "a reason for living". It refers to feeling fulfilled, having a sense of purpose in life, and finding joy in everyday activities. Ikigai can be seen as the intersection between what you are good at, what you love doing, what the world needs, and what you can be paid for. Practicing ikigai promotes balance and harmony between work and leisure, allowing people to achieve personal fulfillment while also making a difference in the world.
Is explains the "Our Process", "Virtues" and "Life Skills" sections on our website in detail.
Here is a link to our book on Amazon.com:
Our first book, "Makoa Wants Every Family to Have a Survival Farm" is also on Amazon.com: