This book was inspiring on so many levels. In each chapter, it's like she was talking to my inner child and inviting me to share my unique gifts with the world by listening to the whispers of my intuition. This helped me identify that little spark in me that I had long forgotten (or, more accurately, left for dead when I decided to "be an adult")
One of the biggest takeaways for me was just making time to do little things for the sheer joy of it... with no expectations of placing first in a competition, creating a business around it, or getting likes on social media. Finding that inner spark and doing things just because it makes me feel good is the practice I need to flex my ego vs. identity muscle. I know I've crossed into doing things for my ego when I crave the external validation of my decisions instead of just being content with the warm glow of not giving a f*ck what anyone thinks.