Path to Freedom

Leading a Life of Joy, Impact, and Abundance

Non-Fiction - Self Help
142 Pages
Reviewed on 12/26/2020
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Author Biography

Nader is an Executive Coach, Entrepreneur, Author, and Musician based in Silicon Valley, California. He is the founder of Cnergist Inc., an executive coaching firm, committed to transforming and elevating the lives of business leaders and high achievers, and the founder of SelfOptima Inc. a web platform for optimal health.
In working with his clients, and in his own life's journey, he came to the realization that to create a truly fulfilling and balanced life, three ingredients of Joy, Impact, and Abundance need to be present simultaneously. It is like a 3-legged stool, where if one of the legs is weak or short, the structure is not stable. It is living inside the intersection of these three key ingredients that a life of flow and fulfillment is achieved. The state of rushing and constantly doing more is shifted to a state of being in the flow, where thoughts, words, and actions are synergistically and harmoniously aligned toward a meaningful purpose. In this state of being, we have access to and operate from our own innate creativity, wisdom, and resourcefulness. We get to push less and achieve more.
In this book, Nader shares his transformative insights in a concise and practical way, so others can walk on this path with more clarity and confidence.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite

Path to Freedom: Leading a Life of Joy, Impact, and Abundance by Nader Vasseghi is a non-fiction self-help book with the intent of guiding readers toward a genuinely fulfilling existence. Vasseghi leads with an introduction to his own personal journey and the positive transformation that evolved when everything he thought he wanted fell apart. Path to Freedom is separated by four interconnected but distinct parts: Joy, Impact, Abundance, and Freedom. Within these parts are targeted themes and an intensive look at what makes them relevant and important, a practice section for proactive involvement and thought from the reader, where to find additional material through tools and resources, and several quotes that work in harmony with the text.

Using a straightforward and succinct method of writing, Nader Vasseghi has a voice of encouraging authority that is as passionate and knowledgable as it is clear and informative. Path to Freedom refrains from the usual pandering of guilt and instead shifts the focus away from who we have been to who we have the potential to become. I found the greatest motivation through the second chapter, Impact, and in particular the task of removing ourselves from our comfort zones. He says, “Extending the realm of our possibility is no easy task if we are not grounded in who we are.” This is the type of book I'd wish I'd found when I was younger. It's unlikely my younger self would have been open to a more internal approach to facilitate external change, but I'm so grateful to have come across it now. No doubt legions of others will be also.