Basing their advice on Adlerian psychology, Kishimi and Koga discuss the importance of living in the present, and focusing on your own ability to change your life and your circumstances. We often live as if our fate is fixed, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. You may have to risk rejection or fear, but you have the ability to change your outlook and your choices, no matter your circumstances or the events of your past.
About the Author
Ichiro Kishimi is a Japanese Adlerian psychologist and the Director of the Japanese Society for Adlerian Psychology.
Fumitake Koga is a professional writer. He worked alongside Kishimi to write The Courage to be Disliked and The Courage to be Happy.