This book is the worse i have read. Its all about self promoting and the authors don't appear to be sincere. It seems like they don't come to the point but instead talk around the problem. I was very dissappointed.
well, this book gives a lot of info. combined from other self-help books (IMO), but fail to address things very deeply, but you get a concept about what they are trying to say. in essense, it gives you "ideas", but fail to guide you through a step by step process, and it is because this book has too many "ideas", such as meditation, self-cultivation, personal spiritual meaning, work out theory, ..... etc. which, you can only get a glimpse of each subject. and for a length of a book, with these many topics, there is no way to get a good understanding with out seeking for external help,(such as going to their website, and maybe sign up for their programs, etc).. which I think they are very commercial.
The most powerful message of this book was to realize what you control and to focus on creating results based on the actions that you control.
transformative insight towards realizing a life more aligned to deepest values and leaving a positive legacy on those you love and associate with.
The authors paint the perfect picture of a rising star that gets swallowed by daily obligations at work and a growing family.
It provides a clear path for setting boundaries and creating the space necessary to reclaim what's most important to get back on track.