Boxes are a part of everyday life. You have boxes of food in your pantry. Boxes help you organize your office supplies and the items in your bathroom. You store your childhood mementos and the memories of your children in boxes. You keep important papers in fireproof boxes. You use boxes to safely transport things.
In What’s in Your Box, author Dr. Linda L. Singh challenges you to be open-minded about boxes. Begin to see boxes from a different perspective. They aren’t just practical cubes you use for storage. They are magical entities that can transform your life if you look at them in the right way.
Singh introduces the box theory as a method for intentionally designing, planning, committing, accomplishing, and celebrating your life. The box itself represents your future self. She wants you to consider a physical box to challenge the way you see yourself and your goals, today and in the future. It’s about taking control of what a box represents and transforming it into something that helps you go forward in an intentional way. You have the power to choose your direction, your every step and how you will feel along the way.