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During his youth, Viktor Frankl wrote to Sigmund Freud. After Freud replied, a lively correspondence developed.
Dr. Viktor Frankl traveled extensively, enjoyed a lifelong passion for mountain climbing, and even obtained his pilot’s license while in his sixties.
Dr. Viktor Frankl wrote over 30 books. However, in his autobiography, Frankl writes, “In my view, I was never a big thinker. But one thing I may have been through my life: a thorough and persistent “thinker-through.” (A thinker-through…I like that.)
Dr. Viktor Frankl died of cardiac arrest on the 2nd of September, 1997, in Vienna, Austria, at the age of 92.
Viktor Frankl was a great Thinker-Through!
Dr. Viktor Frankl was Progress!
“As friend, colleague and assistant to Dr. Viktor Frankl for over twenty years, I can confidently share with you that Dean Lindsay gets it! His ability to integrate the inspirational theories of Dr. Viktor Frankl with contemporary business needs is extraordinary. Dean’s application of Frankl’s concepts of “freedom of choice” and “the defiant power of the human spirit” to modern business/sales is powerfully motivating. CREATING PROGRESS in a World of Change goes beyond telling us to “just do it” and, in a very readable way, tells us how to do it – or, in Dean’s words, how to be progress. A must read for business success!”– Jay I. Levinson, Ph.D. Former Special Assistant to Dr. Viktor Frankl