Book of the month: Man’s Search For Meaning

This month’s book is gonna be a littttttle bit different from what we’ve read in the past.

…Many people claim their outlook on life completely changed after reading this book…

…The Library of Congress named this book one of the ten most influential books in America…

…Lili, an Anti-MBA member, said that this book shaped the way she looks at life…

So here it is, this month’s book is:

[symple_highlight color=”yellow”]Man’s Search For Meaning by Victor Frankl[/symple_highlight]

“Woah, woah, woah, Sam. A book on feelings, come on!?”


Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about business and I LOVE money and all that kinda stuff.

But I’m going through a quarter-life-crisis (and I have a feeling I’m not alone).

You see, I’ve done the passive income thing, I’ve started a handful of businesses, and I’ve played the startup life.

But you wanna know what that means in the grand scheme of this whole life thing?


Seriously. Nada. Zip. ZERO.

Lately at The Anti-MBA we’ve talked about:

  1. Creating new businesses
  2. Earning a few extra grand a month
  3. Other business-y “how to be successful” crap

And as I’ve talked about this kinda stuff with the group I’ve realized we’re all using money to help us find one thing: happiness and meaning.

So instead of reading another book about making money or being more productive, how about we get out of our comfort zone and learn about something that’s real…something that matters!

The Anti-MBA is now Pro-Happiness!

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PS: don’t worry…I haven’t gone all hippy on ya. I still care about money and business 🙂 But it never hurts to try something new, right?


  1. it is one of my favorite books , i liked how it was a mixture of his personal experience , and analysis to human nature .

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