A short and thought-provoking book about one of the most important things we do - make choices.
The average person makes hundreds of choices each day. They range from the ordinary and mundane
to life-altering events. Many choices we are faced with have little effect on our lives; they
deal with simple problems and require simple decisions. Others, however, impact our lives and
the lives of those around us in very significant and consequential ways.
These latter choices are the ones that, as the author points out, really determine who we are.
As he explains, we become what we become because of the way we choose and will ourselves to think.
Our choices, in short, affect our thoughts, and our thoughts affect who we are, what we stand for,
and the footprints we leave on this planet.
This book examines ways to approach our life's choices and how we interact and affect others.
It does this by posing short questions that focus the reader on some of the most substantial
choices we make in our lives, how they impact us, and what decisions we can make to add value
and meaning to them.
Targeted, focused, short, and easy to read, this book covers a powerful topic in an effective
question format that provokes a reader to evaluate his own choices.