I found this book to be very disappointing, especially since I absolutely loved this author's other book, "The Meditator's Atlas." (Which I highly recommend.)
The meditations talked about here are the same type of pop-psychology meditations that one finds in many other books. The "visualize yourself in a room talking with someone who's hurt you" type of thing.
This book recommends using Buddhist meditation to achieve your goals: Financial goals, career goals, etc. which seems to me to be the exact opposite of what Buddhism is about.
Perhaps this is a good book on meditation, but it's not a book about Buddhist meditation, except for the fact that it uses some techniques originally rooted it Buddhism.