We’ve had a number of people tell us that among The Go-Giver’s five laws, law #4, Authenticity, was “clearly the pivotal law, the one that really slammed home.”
On the other hand, some have said it was law #5, the Law of Receptivity, that really stood out. “The other four laws were polished wood,” confided one interviewer, “but that last law? Man, it gave me splinters!”
Yet still others have homed in on the Law of Value, the very first law in the book, as being the key point of the story. Others, on the other hand . . .
I bet you know where I’m going with this.
Our friend Stephanie West Allen recently made this observation: “This book is kind of like a Rorschach. All books are, I suppose, but this one perhaps more so.”
Which do you see as the pivotal point of the story?