When I first began writing "all day long," the purpose was to uplift minds of other people who have the capacity to think well on their own. My goal is to attempt to light a fire under certain minds in order to increase levels of awareness. Since we all live with influence, information, attitudes and different forms of energy every single day, I write about subjects I feel can produce productive and positive helpful results for readers.
all day long
Descartes wrote, "For it is not enough to have a good mind: one must use it well." Written for ages 18 and up, this book is redundant with the value of the thinking process. Any successful relationship, whether personal or business, must have a foundation of a solid thinking process. This book will take readers from the fundamental purpose of thinking in layperson's language to the value of purposeful thinking in comprehendible langage offered to jump-start a potentially productive thinking mind. It is not only a layperson's introduction to thought; it's a lesson for right-brained thinkers who give emotional credence to everything. This book is a giving tool to enhance mental productivity on subjects like cause and effect, emotional behavior, academic pursuits, "living" versus existing, and the influence we leave behind.