I haven't even read the whole book and already I am thinking, "This author is on to something. I think I can learn from her."
But does anyone besides me find irony in the fact that a mere three secrets take 246 pages to explain, and thus a considerable time investment on my part to discover?
Irony aside, I think this book is intriguing and has insights to offer.
(I just may share some of my favorite if I ever invest enough time to read the whole thing!)