If there was any real substance to the story, instead of a bunch of bs.
It was abstract and filled with just a lot of empty words that the author tried to make sound believable. He talked in circles and never really explained "how", but only that it "could be done"; while at the same time patting himself on the back as if he had outsmarted every status-quo. If that really was the case, he couldn't stop bloviating enough to actually explain the steps he had taken.....only that he had "arrived". Wasted my 1 credit on this book.
As long as it was a different author's book he was reading.
I would have never published the book.
Sorry I wasted the credit and the time.
This will show you some different possibilities and covers the basics of how be more effective in aspects of life. It is especially good for entrepreneurs or someone is interested in becoming an entrepreneur or advancing their career.
Absolutely, after reading this book i have started spending more time with the wife, play some more golf rounds every month without hurting my business. Tim makes perfect sense on everything he has to offer. So many tools and website are mentioned to help you ease up your work life and personal life.
my extreme reaction was, I HAVE HIT A JACKPOT.... Seriously, if you take everything from this book and implement into your business/job, there is no way you will have at least half of your time free for anything you want to do. Awesome and just awesome, did i mention its an awesome book?
I just feel blessed that i heard about this book from some radio podcast and listened to it at my age (27), ever since i feel like the way i look at my business has changed and things are actually alot more simpler than i thought they were
First, Ferriss has written a provocative, engrossing, inspiring book. Not perfect, as I think the author's perspective is a bit narrow in places -- buy the book, listen to the book, but keep a salt shaker handy. Second, Ray Porter is so PERFECT for this book that I'm tempted to say get it just for him.
Ethics and morals maybe?
Ray Porter has a good rhythm and tone.
Ferriss really needs to step back and realize the damage he is creating for himself and others with the way he conducts his life. He is encouraging millions to backstab, demean, cheat, and lie to anyone who gets in the way of the "rock star" lifestyle. There are a few nuggets of gold in the book, but one has to wade thru a lot of dung to find them.
yes i would
Not at all
Maybe! I think there is a little to much rambling going on
It was an overall okay book. but at times i would get lost in what was going on due to the fact, there was to much extra did not need to know info