A stressful work life with high-pressure deadlines, overbearing leaders, and aggressive co-workers are a norm in today’s corporations. There is a constant power struggle – to excel, to exceed expectations, and to rise to the top of the corporate ladder, as high and as quickly as possible. This experience is a profoundly energy-draining one, to say the least. People are in a rush to accumulating skills, certificates, and accolades, one after the other. Armed with their management training and years of experience, many employees still falter when it comes to answering the most critical of questions: What motivates me? How do I do my job more efficiently? Can I stay away from the rat race and still be successful? How do I help others and at the same time not be filled with the fear of the other person racing ahead of me? How to become a good leader? And to top it all – why am I not satisfied despite having done my best and having enjoyed great rewards?