Ikigai for Teens: How to Find Your Path in Life
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It is no accident that this book is in your hands. It has come looking for you because you are ready to carry out a mission the most fascinating journey of your life. This journey has no map because the territory has not been explored before. It is a brand-new mysterious world you alone can discover as you walk through it. You will sometimes wonder what to do or even feel lost, but it’s worth carrying on because there’s a great prize waiting for you at the end: your reason for being! Welcome to the journey to find your Ikigai.
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April 1st, 2021
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