Today’s book is one that changed my life. That gets thrown around a lot, but I read this in two hours in 2015 and realized how much my life needed to change. I had just finalized my divorce, I was broke, and I was struggling with depression. I had the audacity to blame others for my failure. This book set me straight and put me on a path to emotional maturity by admitting that I was the cause of my failures. Many of our likes and listeners are younger (I’m 36), and if I had one piece of advice, it would be to work on emotional maturity in the same way one works on physical health and finances. What matters are the interactions individuals have with the 100 people they see daily. Focusing on making those harmonious and productive will create a freer society. Thanks to this book, years of therapy, and paying attention to mental health, my life has never been happier or more fulfilled. As men, we don’t feel comfortable discussing our emotional lives, but we should set that aside. Personal growth is fundamental to expanding freedom.