This book is about the psychology-of-self, about practical thinking, and more, such as our self-concept, self-esteem, self-worth and self-ideal.
In the genre Popular Psychology, it includes the lifestyle philosophy of existence as an individual person, free and responsible for their own development, by willpower and resolve. The author, Richard Camden expresses the metaphysics of the power of goodness as another of the invisible forces that influence our lives, like electricity, gravity or magnetism, and which can influence our lives for the better, towards a greater fulfilment (Aristotle's philosophy of eudaimonia). Here is a broad-based practical commentary on contemporary humanity, and although it has references to religion, it remains very suitable for those of little or no faith.
It is a thought-provoking and inspirational book, particularly for anyone interested in the concepts around happiness and contentment, and a feeling of general well-being. It is primarily a book for young aspiring adults and its aspects of practical philosophy and sociology will be useful for students and others keen to know more on these subjects. It will also be useful to those in business or HR management, and to those whose work is to help others feel better about life.
This book is an enjoyable and easy read, being written in prose that avoids the academic approach. It is possibly different to any kind of book the reader has ever experienced.