Invisibles

Invisibles

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Zweig, David Penguin Group, 2014 Audio summary available
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Many of the most fulfilled and happy people do not achieve fame or fortune as a result of the work they do, nor do they care to. Rather, they enjoy a deep sense of satisfaction from the unrecognized contributions they make every day. David Zweig calls these individuals Invisibles. In his book Invisibles, Zweig shares the personal stories of people who are very successful in their vocations, but who continue to be behind-the-scenes players, much to their delight. Zweig’s hope is that by sharing these stories, along with the message that the greatest rewards can come from a job well done, others will be inspired to strive for deeper satisfaction from their careers—a satisfaction derived from intrinsic rather than extrinsic rewards. According to Zweig, striving to be Invisible benefits both individuals and the societies in which they live.