Although the content of the book was very interesting, the structure and the extreme amount of repetition was very annoying. It was as if he was trying to make a longer book by just repeating the same thing over and over.
His theory on mastery and the descriptions of various masters throughout history was very effective in spite of the above.
Excellent narrator. Best I've experienced on Audible thus far.
This is a book every high school student should read before setting out into the world.
For those of us, like me, who have been searching for understanding of our current path in life, where to focus our time and energy, and how to make the most of the years we do have in this Earth, I could not recommend this book any higher.
Finish whatever you are reading now, but this book and read it cover to cover. Then spend a good amount of time digesting it and ruthlessly reflecting on your life. Perhaps read the book a second time. Then work diligently to confirm your vocation and either stay your course or change direction based on what you learn about yourself.
Something that is at plain sight when you meet great people is the hard work behind their achievements, however there are many trying to take value from this path. The thing I like the most of this book is the non-egotistical approach clarified explicitly, if you really want to help this world uncover your path and walk, become a master of yourself. Really enjoyed the contemporary masters examples.
How the stories of the masters are used to make a point more clear
The story of Charles DArwin
Would not change the title
A book about mastery delivered in a masterful way...preferred the audio to the hardcopy