He introduces us to a person he calls Bob.
Bob actually has an entire chapter dedicated to him.
------The reason is because Bob has a problem with everyone.
Bob's problem is that he is a problem carrier. Like a single chirping cricket that sits right outside your bedroom window, Bob loves to carry his problems around and use the world as his sounding board. Sadly, Bob's troubles do not end here.
Bob is also a problem finder.
You can find Bob criticizing people after events, because Bob never helps with them. Because of this, he reasons to himself that he is at liberty to mouth off; nitpicking what didn't work or what should have been. Which translates into what Bob really likes; creating problems. See Bob is a major tool. He sits back, frozen in his fear and just watches. Never getting into the game, he stammers on the sidelines of life all the while searching with his critical eye.
Are you Bob?
Are you a problem Carrier?
A problem Finder?
A problem Creator?
or A problem Receiver?
--Take some time and reflect on your life.
If you were to ask those closest to you, would they say that you fit the above description? Start today and create a new pattern filled with positive memories!