Liked Best: This book provides a good overview of many of the top ideas the author attained from the many books he previously read. If you have read a good portion of the books on his suggested reading list, then you will recognize where these ideas came from.
Liked Least: His hour long rant against MBA programs is both irritating and uninformed. For those who understand the merits of a top-tier MBA, it is easy to pick apart his argument.
It was worth listening to only because it was a good refresher on the concepts I have read in many other books. I would say that this is a good starter book for someone just entering the business field.
There is nothing incredibly insightful about this book. If you are somewhat familiar with business concepts and are well read in the management and leadership domains, then skip this book. It's not bad, but I would go with many of the books that he suggests on his "personal MBA" website over this book.
The author's method of describing his own agnosticism before his experience, his personal beliefs as a neurosurgeon, and his transformation after were incredible.
The author describes how he believes that there was only one possible explanation for his experience is very compelling. As a fairly scientific minded person, I can say that this book was the most convincing story I have ever read on spiritualism.
Please read this book if you are someone who has been finding yourself believing more and more the scientific gospel against God. This book helped instill some spiritualism that I was losing.
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