A Google Books search turns up "All about goals and how to achieve them" by Jack Ensign Addington http://books.google.ca/books?id=b84Q...Dw&redir_esc=y
Originally Posted by Oogiem
I found Stephen Covey's books good for high-level thinking. As I remember it, (and I paraphrase), he said each person has a mission, something they're deeply called to do, and can do deep thinking to find it. The mission will be different for each person, but a clue is that in every case it has something to do with helping other people or making the world a better place for others. So there's a universal principle. That could be called the 60,000 foot level and be the same for everyone.
Inability is an abstract thing involving comparison with alternate universes; it cannot be experienced.