Mark DeMoss’ The Little Red Book of Wisdom is full of colorful stories. I can’t say I recall though why he chose red. Perhaps it is just some common knowledge that I am lacking.
The chapters are short and the ideas are simple. The author acknowledges that these simple ideas are not completely unique or new–just worth your time and effort.
I would agree that refocusing it imperative and DeMoss outlines many little ways to shift your eyes from old thought processes to newer, wiser ways to frame your life.
I think this would be a fabulous gift for a Jr High or Sr High graduate. With all the shifts and changes in life these days, it could even be a good book to loan a friend who is feeling her way along some major shifts in life.