Viktor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning is a truly inspiring book, a story of how he went through the concentration Nazi death camps, barely survived, and lived to tell the story of how the immense torture and suffering taught him about what life is really all about. Now Frankl is remembered as a psychiatrist who spent his years helping others find meaning in life. In this video, Viktor Frankl talks about being idealists, and how setting high expectations allows you to be average, but setting the highest expectations allows you to achieve high expectations. He quotes the great Goethe who says "If we take man as he is, we make him worse, but if we take man of what he should be, we make him capable of what he can be."
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