focus on real needs, versus mere wants
create better options
see the likely consequences of choices
and identify and then use our o
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it was ok
Maybe? Sigh…Take it with a grain of salt.
I like the way the story was told. It read a lot like a fable or a folktale. The advice it gives for decision making is reasonable and probably very sound advice. The problem I have with it is one that I have with the entire genre of self-help books (and I’m honestly drawn to them like a moth to a flame – seriously): It doesn’t have a disclaimer pointing out that the system discussed doesn’t work for everybody. A lot of times when the system doesn’t wor
The storytelling style somewhat reminded me of “The Alchemist” but the lines and descriptions were so off that it was hard for me to get engaged to the story…WHICH was distracting as I couldn’t really concentrate on the advice “the guide” was giving to the main character.
Instead of trying to come up with an outline of a simple story, I think this could have been better written as a straight-up informative book.