The World from Outside Its Box takes an in-depth look at what many of us do not consider as we get caught up in our everyday routines, our collection of thoughts and emotions that wrap us up into what we think is our reality. The World from Outside Its Box is exactly that, a world from outside its box.
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Brent Lang has an Associate’s degree, two undergraduate Bachelor’s degrees, a Master’s degree, and two nationally recognized certifications. None of these accolades are related to The World from Outside Its Box, which was not written by an expert. In fact, Mr. Lang, the author of The World from Outside Its Box, claims several times among the 202 pages within that he is anything but. If this fact is a reason you are leaning toward not spending approximately six-ten hours reading the 70,000 words within The World from Outside Its Box, you are the very person Mr. Lang addresses throughout his six chapters as having a skill set that does not include tools that enable much outside of the box.
Note – reading estimation is based on average reader reading speed of 100-200 words-per-minute
“I think it’s important for us all to acknowledge that, each one of us, regardless of our circumstances, has the capacity to change for the better.” (Page 154)
“…the easiest and least expensive improvement to make is within ourselves.” (Page 134)
“…it is much easier to hide behind our emotions when we claim those emotions are wrapped in something bigger.” (Page 109)
“We already communicate phenomenally in order to produce technology, food, and other resources. What if we applied that to our relationships with one another? And even if we didn’t truly believe in the change that can happen, what if we just tried?” (Page 96)