Miedaner starts off her book with an assessment checklist — actually nine of them — examining different aspects of your work/ life from energy and vitality to money and finances. She has some interesting questions in there, such as “I give gifts that others really want” and “I sleep on sheets with a thread count of 300 or better”. If those statements don’t work for you, you probably don’t want to pick up this book. Miedaner’s book reads like a workbook with plenty of questionnaires and assessments to help you work through whatever is in front of you and getting in the way of building the career of your dreams. She is a strong advocate of the Law of Attraction and this flavours the book, yet she also tackles difficult subjects like ensuring a values match at work. Another interesting component of this book is the final section on putting it all together — Meidaner recognizes that it isn’t enough to complete checklists and dream — actual real-world action needs to be taken. And she has some ideas on how to do that as well. Overall, if you are looking for some ways to declutter, discover, dream and change your life, you may find encouragement and steps here.