Caption: Bill Murray’s character Phil Connors becomes an expert pianist in his ‘Groundhog Day’ quest for satisfaction. (Photo: Columbia Pictures/Everett Collection)
By Chuck Cohen/ Managing Director, Benco Dental
A few weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal published an excerpt from a new book by essayist Charles Murray, ‘Advice for a Happy Life,’ that provides five excellent slivers of life wisdom. My favorite: watch the movie ‘Groundhog Day’ over and over and over to see how even the biggest jerk can find ‘deep, lasting and justified satisfaction with life.’ Certainly, the right goal for any of us.
Below is a link to the article, be sure to share it with your favorite 20-something…