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A great way to remember your best childhood memories.
on June 28, 1997
Sark's Playbook is an interactive book--great for Internet surfers.
I like to think of myself as a creative thinker, but little did I know how regimented I am until I started working my way through this book.
The playbook gives you freedom to do things you wouldn't normally do and to think of things you've long since forgotten or forced yourself to forget.
For example, you're asked to recall your favorite childhood fortress; describe it. Was it blankets draped over furniture and tables? I remembered my fortress when I was about 3 or 4 was my tiny baby blanket. I would curl up into a tiny ball and try to cover myself up completely with this blanket. My mother worked evenings sometimes, and I remember I would go into my "fortress" when she wasn't home.
Are these memories important? I don't know yet. But they make me smile. And I like to come away from a book with a smile.
This book is ultimately about me, or you, or whoever reads it.
I highly recommend it and will give it away to many friends as gifts.