Personal Expression: The author believes that everyone needs to have some form of personal voice or outlet. And again because our personalities are so similar, I give this two thumbs up. He argues that people should have a unique channel to express themselves. Again, like all of his “secrets,” they’re his secrets supported by his stories and experiences, which while compelling because he tells a good story and is so successful, one size does not fit all. He tries to redeem his bias by offering all manner of ways to self express, such as, blogging, journaling, writing letters to the editor, using photography, decorating, taking music lessons, and even cooking. Again, as one who blogs, writes, and journals, I could not agree more. But, I just want to point out that very little in this section is backed by much research—resonating as it is.