Like nearly every other Steve Chandler book I own, when I am finished reading it for the first time it is physically unrecognizable due to the folded pages (I have a system where small insights get a dog-ear and BIG insights get a half-page fold and this one is lousy with half-page folds), handwritten notes, arrows, circles and highlights!
As per usual, the humor, impact and power of Crazy Good is surpassed only by its simplicity. A book of choices, a book of distinctions, a book that doesn't have to teach or preach anything complex or statistically significant in order to change our lives by reading it.
I somehow found myself both excited and relaxed at the same time while reading Crazy Good - because the choices showed me possibilities without adding any pressure that I HAD to make all of the choices now.
I have already gotten so much from Steve's books and what Crazy Good has provided is another reminder of the power I already possess to make good (I mean CRAZY GOOD) choices in my life.
One visual that really stuck with me was the metaphor of the lamp and the self-criticism. I won't ruin it if you haven't read it, but that one has been playing on repeat in my head ever since I first read it!
Thank you Steve for another masterpiece; for sharing a piece of your mastery.