Who’s in Your Room?
Know yourself better and lead a better life
Our lives are like a room with limitless space, but with only one door, through which you can only enter, but there is no way out. Anyone who comes into our room will influence us forever. Now that we know this, would we have made different choices in our lives? Are we happy with who is in our room? In the book Who’s In Your Room the three authors guide us towards an introspection aimed at understanding ourselves and our values better, and how these values need to become the key to determining who we let into our lives. By being selective about who we let into our room, we can plan a better life.
Many useful tips to:
- Encourage self-reflection in order to help us understand ourselves better and live harmoniously.
- Plan and manage our lives based on the values that we feel are most important and become our true selves.
- Learn to eliminate toxic people from our lives in order to promote change.
Give access to our room or lives only to the right people
Each and every one of our lives is like a room with unlimited space, but it has a single entrance door that lets people in and it doesn’t let anyone out. Once we understand this simple concept, it is easy to understand that the quality of our lives depends on who comes through that door, and on who we will find in our room. This book aims to be a guide on how to manage your room/life, and learn to select who to let in, because anyone who enters will influence us forever.
The key ideas of "Who’s in Your Room?"
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