As the winning practices and advantages of previous generations fade and we fail to address our problems, our challenges grow, incomes stagnate, debt explodes, and fitness wanes. China ascends and vital natural habitats deteriorate. Worst of all, by failing to convey critical practices to our children, we place them in a weaker position than the previous generation for the first time in our history.
In this book, Bitz compares how Americans are doing relative to other populations, documents why we no longer ascend, and describes nine empowering perspectives. He contrasts our instinctual operating system with the one needed for success in the modern world, reminds us of our need to be evolutionarily fit, and most importantly, delineates the Winning Practices that make this possible.