The book is laid out in a series of daily reflections, with a practice underneath to change how the reader might be relating to a situation in their life. The tone is light, playful, crisp, and sometimes a little provocative.
The intent is to be a "go to" book when our reader is wanting to set a positive focus for the day. It's also helpful to create a "shift", or alternative perspective, when the reader may be encountering some blockage as they are pursuing a goal.
An example is below:
From: Growth Choice
Subject: The ego and infinity
One of the grand ironies of being human is that the human brain operates as a finite system. Zeros and ones, just like your favorite computer program.
The ego is the guardian of this finite system. It is the champion of a zero sum world, where the only options are “win” and “lose”.
The trouble is, our higher self is the guardian of infinity and, at its core, it understands the limitless possibilities of abundance. “Anything is possible” and “win-win” are statements firmly rooted in infinity.
And so the conflict is on.
Challenge: Thinking of a seemingly finite situation where you felt trapped by limited choices, none of which were what you wanted. Change your frame. What else was possible that you didn’t see at the time?