Overall i liked it. I may need to read it again. There was a lot to absorb. I don't relate to Curtis Jackson's hustle lifestyle, but I thought it was interesting to learn about him and his ideas about fear and life. I liked the other examples of fear from many historical perspectives. I enjoyed the authors perspectives and insights.
I focus mainly on History, Endurance Sports and Science/Speculative Fiction books.
I think so. Robert Greene did an excellent job. 50 cent does the intro to each chapter and although he is not a narrator his voice lends credence to the content.
This is less about 50 Cent and more about Stoicism and how 50's life is an example of how we can all approach hardship. Very well done.
This is a non-fiction story so there were no real characters.
Every hardship can be used to your advantage.
I was recommended this book by a friend of mine. I initially was surprised, thinking the setup of the book to be a bit contrived. But it is really good, better than many of Robert Greene's other books and on par with Ryan Holliday's recent studies of Stoicism. I enjoyed it very much.
Really wanted to understands 50cents mentality and him shifting and shaping it in business. but this book was more about facts blowup into bullshit to join the mentality of napoleon or einstein lol, complete crap
I was initially skeptical, but the book contains a lot of great insight on how to apply techniques during the process of developing a product or service, from personal mindset to approaching the market and public. Couple this with Eric Ries - Lean Start Up to get a full framework of product development with little resources and maintaining a consistent and thorough process towards success.