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Reminds me of a quote I recently found from Ren (presumably, not the angry chihuahua from the cartoon).

"More can be learned from what works than from what does not."

Appreciate the review, Valeria. I'm in the market for a new book and considering a couple options. I am particularly attracted to the bit about "Who am I, what kind of situation is this, what would someone like me do in this situation?"

That's pretty powerful stuff when you truly understand it.

I like your lessons summary Valeria. On the topic of 'identity' and making things happen, I think the social media landscape before us is an opportunity to craft/refine our identity. Each time we interact online, each post, tweet, update... is another opportunity to contribute to our own narrative/story of who we are. For those of us who have not been big journalers (before SM), social media gives us this amazing chance to incrementally add/connect together parts of ourselves, and deal with some of those paradoxes we all face.

Thanks for this book review! This looks like an inspiring read. I have to admit that the weakness-focused thinking topic struck a sensitive chord a bit. I would sometimes be guilty of that. Well, I can't wait to grab a copy of this book. Truly appreciate your post.

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