What would happen if everyone suddenly woke up, committed to doing the right thing? That's precisely what Daniel Price wondered when he alone felt the same effects. Daniel had made a living out of weighing corporate profits over people's health and safety. Now he must choose between his newfound righteousness and the life he built.
What would happen if everyone (including news station employees) suddenly woke up, committed to doing the right thing?
Daniel Price lands his dream project, but inexplicably wakes up with the unwavering desire to do the right thing. If he can't find a way to revert to his old ways, his entire lifestyle may be in jeopardy.
Thanks to their newfound righteousness, Daniel and Jen struggle to complete the America Motors project on time; while Greg tries to start a new life.
After concluding the cliffhanger from Chapter 2, Daniel tries to start a new career while Diane struggles with an unwanted roommate.
Daniel and Diane can't seem to reconcile their differences after the suicide incident, and Daniel's stress levels rise as he tries to find willing clients for Enlightened Philanthropy.
After moving into the Enlightened Philanthropy building, Daniel and Greg stumble upon a robbery attempt next door, while Diane deals with the day-to-day difficulties of life as a VP in the advertising industry.
James Vonner tries to motivate his lackluster employees while Daniel receives a call that will change his life.
Daniel and Jen go out to dinner to discuss their new jobs and new understanding of righteousness, while Diane and James discuss a new working relationship.