Click on the menu item “Book” and a flowchart/visual summary of the book is displayed. Given the fact that the book dives into so many subjects and makes many significant statements, there isn’t “one” underlying conclusion the book leads to. In fact, it brings up a host of questions and thought-provoking correlations – for which I intend that readers will spend time thinking about. The book is not designed to think for the reader – rather to spur innate thinking capacity. Thus, a visual representation is the most concise way to preview the subject matter in the book. That, and for those that don’t know me, I hate flowery marketing.
I also added a diagram and chapter listing – some “flowery marketing” for those that need it.