My experiences at college and at Harvard Business School taught me valuable lessons about how the external business world works. But I never took time to figure out how my internal world works or doesn’t. A series of losses in my life forced me to ask why, no matter how successful my life seemed, I couldn’t find peace. Invisible Warfare has become an owner’s guide for my mental and emotional life. Its techniques for processing have helped give me the clarity to realize what’s going on, both with me and with others. I’ve now realized that my external life will always be a mirror of what’s going on inside me.