From Publishers Weekly
A workshop leader and author of several bestselling advice books, Ford (The Dark Side of the Light Chasers) offers another path toward a better life. According to Ford, it is the unconscious choices we make that prevent us from achieving future goals and dreams. For example, someone who truly wants to lose 20 pounds may choose to eat a high-fat, fast-food dinner because he or she has a hidden commitment to the comfort such food will bring; a hardworking woman who has always dreamed of buying a home sabotages herself by getting into credit card debt by an unconscious commitment to rewarding herself immediately with expensive purchases. The author contends that it is possible to identify such self-defeating commitments by asking 10 questions that will turn unconscious choices into beneficial conscious decisions. Choosing to overeat or overspend can be avoided by asking, is this an act of self-love or self-sabotage? According to Ford, asking the questions she recommends-including "am I choosing from my divinity or my humanity?"-will lead questioners to behave more positively toward themselves and to others. Although somewhat contrived, this guide is certainly not harmful and may be of use to readers who enjoy following roadmaps to happiness.
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“Both practical and profound, this book will provide you with a powerful framework to make life-changing choices.” (Cheryl Richardson author of Stand Up for Your Life and Life Makeovers)
“Whatever you desire - the Right Questions will move you powerfully forward in the direction of your dreams.” (Jack Canfield Co-Author, Chicken Soup for the Soul(R) and The Power of Focus)
“Debbie Ford tells us what we should really ask, in order to get what we really want.” (Marianne Williamson, author of Everyday Grace)
“Debbie Ford is an innovative thinker and skillful guide on the path to emotional freedom.” (Tara Bennett-Goleman author of Emotional Alchemy)