This book acts as a guide for people who are filled with doubt and who constantly experience internal conflict in their life, for people who are uncertain about who they really are and who they would like to become. It aims to help readers ask themselves essential questions about their past, their sense of identity, and their future goals and aspirations. In short, it aims to help readers find purpose in life and take action in order to fulfill that newfound purpose. From the outset, the author insists that, as individuals, we should strive to transform our consciousness—that is, the way we perceive the world. In order to do this, it is essential that we first switch our operating system (OS). Our operating system is a state of consciousness; it is our capacity to interpret events—the mental software, so to speak, through which we process every one of our experiences of the world. The following informal conversations offer us a practical approach to switching our operating system. They show us how to better understand our emotions, how to cope with them, and how to turn vulnerability into an advantage. Ultimately, they show us that it is indeed possible to live a life based on self-respect, self-approval, and self-discipline, one in which we can take effective action to both change our circumstances—our family, our friends, our relationships, our work—and the way we perceive them.