This book was extremely well written and the information proved very valuable.
I appreciated nearly everything written. There were a few points that I didn't agree with. For example, when the author stated that asking "what do you want to be when you grow up?"; or if a young person doesn't appear to have a "goal" or "clear-cut destination or purpose", it makes children feel as if something is wrong with them.
Perhaps that is the case for this author; however, blanket statements like this should not be assumed. I never felt that way as a child (that I recall). For some, like me, having someone ask that, or to guide us with goal-setting is a valuable skill and give us that direction.
Anyway, for that most part, I really appreciated what the author had to say. For anyone looking for a self-help on how to feel more complete, focused, and balanced, this is a good book to start with.