Well written, though it seemed somewhat formulaic. Although I guess for a self-help book like this, that is ok. While I think it may have been extremely liberating for those who match the description of a "Scanner" that she uses in the book, I didn't feel like this applied to me. The initial chapters seemed to focus on a Scanner's seeming inability to finish projects, and I didn't feel like that suited me. I enjoyed The Renaissance Soul by Margaret Lobenstine a lot more. If felt like a very similar premise, but seemed to describe me more accurately. Had I read these in a different order, who knows.