"Are You Fully Charged" covers the give and take of energy between ourselves and our environment. The problem is that we approach this wrong. Traditionally, we have based our understanding of "the good life" on questions and surveys. This is important, but it skips over the truly powerful impact of daily actions, the things we actually say and do. In the book, Tom Rath argues that you don't need complicated surveys or a big nest egg to be healthy. You can start today by tracking (and optimizing) three things: your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, which comprise your "daily experience". Those "daily experiences" are what compose your life.