Cox, a strong Christian believer and a disciple of psychiatrist Alfred Adler, builds on Adler’s concept of “Indivisible Psychology” which is committed to the flowering of the person based on discovery and expression of our unique wholeness (holiness) — our true indivisibility. The book begins with an exercise to discover the central goal that governs one’s life for better or worse. This central goal and others that are buried into our psyche are the engines of attraction, pulling us into the future in a way that either enhances your life or derails it. With Cox’s guided self-examination, one can identify, ferret out and rid themselves of goals that threaten or identify and build on goals that nurture.
Cox through a series of exercises helps us to discover our existing “Style-of-Life,” vision, and mission (the current version of ourselves). In these exercises, we identify the three elements which shape our actions and reactions. Then, he helps us to construct our desired “Style-of-Life,” vision, and mission (the best version of ourselves).
Causes Allan Cox Supports
Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago, Gilda's Club (cancer) Chicago, Martin Marty Center, University of Chicago, Iona Center, Healdsburg, CA (all 401-C-3s...