The Problems of Work

  • by L. Ron Hubbard
  • Narrated by Harry Chase
  • 2 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Life is composed of seven-tenths work, one-tenth familial, one-tenth political, and one-tenth relaxation. Here, then, is Scientology applied to that crucial seven-tenths of existence.
The Problems of Work contains the senior principles and laws that apply to every endeavor, every problem of work. For they are the discoveries which lay bare the core of these problems and explain the very fabric of life itself.
The breakthroughs detailed here include:

The Anatomy of Confusion - and its cure
The Doctrine of the Stable Datum - the most fundamental law of work and living
The Anatomy of Control - and how to turn "bad control" to good
The Anatomy of Life as a Game - and the rules by which it is played
The "Secret" of Efficiency
The most fundamental elements of life - Affinity, Reality, and Communication
And the rock bottom cause of exhaustion, with the powerful Scientology processes that return the energy of youth
Here, then, is not only technology to bring stability to the workplace, but the magic processes to return joy itself to all of life. For this is Scientology.


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Customer Reviews

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Great message about work and jobs

This was a great message about work and jobs. Very interesting viewpoint as well on the subject. Highly recommend for anyone who is in the workplace today.
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- NicB

Be patient with the sales pitch

What did you love best about The Problems of Work?

L. Ron Hubbord was a sales man for Scientology, and this book is definitely a sales pitch. If you can ignore all that, there are many insightful gems of knowledge in this book. He brings up many points that are well worth the read.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Problems of Work?

He speaks of the character of mankind, and our true desire to be productive workers being the sole source of our happiness. When a man has no work (work being productive purpose, not a job) he is malcontent, unhappy, and disruptive. The many ways this can present itself from early childhood through adulthood is an interesting read.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It's short and I was doing chores, so yes it's an all in one sitting listen. I will probably listen to it again, so that I may have a chance to renew several of his viewpoints in my memory.

Any additional comments?

I am not a Scientologist, but a person who is interested in hearing and considering different viewpoints. This book contained several solid, well thought out ideas that I found I agree with; however following every pronouncement and idea with a sales pitch on how only a real Scientologist can help you reach true understanding in the ideals set forth by the book is a major detractor. Ignoring that, it was an enjoyable read.

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- J. Collins

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-20-2008
  • Publisher: Bridge Publications, Inc.