What an incredible book! Every chapter deals with the truth that if applied to one’s life it can make a difference. I started thinking about my own life and how there has been things personally that I’ve invented or followed. Things that have hold me back from moving forward or at least reaching the next level. I have probably questioned my potential do to the “inventions” of our society. At my local church, I have the privilege to talk to a group of young adults about life and life in general. Things such as how we can improve or make the best of life with faith. I’ve preached the message of pursuing life to its highest potential. I have talked about the endless possibilities that are out there available to anyone who stretches out their hands. I’ve been mentioning this in our meetings and I find it incredible how this book makes so much sense. I agree with the idea that the universe has endless possibilities, but not only that; the world is actually waiting for people to reach their potential, take risks, set goals, etc. I’ve already started brainstorming on how I can use the concept of giving an A at the beginning of every semester or even every week at school. It would be interesting to experiment with this idea and see where it takes my classroom. I agree with the statement that a grade does not tell the full story. Grades are important for data, but sometimes students only focus on the number rather than the product. The testimony of the Taiwanese student summarized the first four chapters. Choose who you want to be, its all a game...one word, powerful.