If you are still thinking about buying my book, I thought it might be helpful to explain the structure of the book using three images.
I think that my book can best be described as one operating in four dimensions. The first two dimensions, forming a geometric plane, are the ideas presented by the ancient philosophers and modern thinkers. The ancient philosophers provide the base of the triangle. Two modern “positive” psychologists provide one side of the triangle and the works of Joseph Campbell regarding the myths of the world provide the other side of the triangle.
However, the above is only two dimensions and doesn’t do the subject of happiness any justice. If you add the viewpoints of the masters of the fine arts, you get a much more three dimensional perspective. Now, the attainment of happiness becomes much clearer.
However, there is one thing missing – the means of climbing to the top of the pyramid and the achievement of happiness. For finding the means to reach the top, a fourth dimension is needed – a set of stairs. The means for climbing the stairs is the entrepreneur within each of us. The traits of the entrepreneur propel each of us upward along the stairs to the very top of the pyramid; the very top is where happiness resides!