The sub-title of this little volume says it all: Finding the Passion for Who You Are and What You Do.
This is a great bathroom book. Each chapter is short succinct and wonderfully clear about what one might to to enhance one's uniqueness. In a world that increasingly seeks to homogenize the population. Dr. Powers makes a strong argument for maintaining and developing our own individuality, our ODD. ODD is where happiness, growth, excitement and opportunity are found.
I loved the book and intend to spend time reviewing it often. I hope to establish my ODD and to foster the ODD in those around me. I have seen raw milk that was 75% cream. All of the cream rose to the top. Surely some became butter, some was poured over peaches, some was frozen into ice cream and some, whipped, topped a wonderful pie. The point is, it rose above the ordinary, because it wasn't homogenized.and made EVEN with the milk. There is ODD in each of us and fostered will make each of us better and consequently, the world will be a better place.
No doubt we'll get resistance from those who'd make us EVEN, but the effort and consequent persecution will be worth it.
I highly recommend this one. Share it with your kids; unless you're a parent who'd rather make them EVEN because you're a control freak. In that case, I'll share it with them. :-)