Do you sometimes forget everything after reading a self-improvement book? Were the recommendations just too vague or difficult to follow when you wanted to try them? Are you still constantly asking why life is so painful, why everyone else seems better off, why you aren’t appreciated, and why you continue to fail?
These sixteen lessons for life will teach you how to live a happier and more fulfilling life. From a Wall Street investment banker who has lived in various countries alongside both the filthy rich and drug addicts, he dives into every essential aspect of life—career, success, money, love, friendship, and values—and lays out precisely how to live life. Nothing brings you peace but yourself, so stop feeling ashamed and treat yourself with this book. Drawing from Park’s personal and sometimes humbling experiences, Precisely How to Live gives you the toolkit you need to make your life more fulfilling.
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As an avid writer at heart and Wall Street M&A investment banker at work, Soo Jin has always been passionate about sharing his knowledge and advising others. He has worked on Wall Street since 2013, and prior to that was at a hedge fund, management consulting firm, and the Army. He holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and a B.S. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin—Madison. As part of his efforts to share his knowledge, he plans to teach financial modeling and valuation to graduate students at NYU starting in the fall of 2020. He is the author of “Valuing a Business in Five Minutes,” published in Dong-A Business Review in April 2014. He has lived in three different countries (the U.S., Germany, and South Korea) for at least eight years each and currently resides in NYC with his wife (Christine) and dog (Toby).