This book is useful for those people who believe that a different path awaits for them and those who sense something better but don't know what it is yet.
The Little Prince tugs at your clothes to tell you things he wants to get done because he does know what is good for you. He says so insistently . . . fearlessly.
Millions of people have read The Little Prince as kids. And those reflective ones have been left with a sensation that there's something else behind each character's words. A glimpse of guidance of wisdom is perceived. Innocent wisdom is, therefore, valuable.
It is absurd that having in our hands the key to happiness since we were children, we resort to the Prince of Machiavelli (consciously or unsconsciously) to sort out our lives. Intrigues, selfishness, distrust, disloyalty—all are part of the strategy we use day by day: the Machiavellianism. That strategy is the root of sadness, suffering in companies, countries, and in our own lives. Why not let your childhood's old buddy walk along with you?—that Little Prince that annoys you with weird questions.
Why not give your childhood's buddy—that little price who asks awkward questions—the opportunity to walk along with you. Let that little fellow guide you to authentic success on an adventurous journey through an infinite and unfamiliar world: your inner self.