This book is written like a list of all the good choices Jon Huntsman has ever made. Although full of many truisms, the book was very boring and hard to get through. I could not tell who his intended audience was. If he is writing to people who already live these standards the book is just a nice review...yep it pays to live an honest life. If he is writing to his peers-modern day business men, his tone is often condescending. If he is writing to young people it is very dry, boring, and reads like a lecture.
I had to read this book for book group. I was not excited about it. I did not know much about Sarah Palin, but I know there was just something I didn't like about her. I gave the book a shot. It was good to learn more about her as a person. This book reads as part memoir and part defensive statement of her actions. Although I respect her as a woman, and woman who took risks and was confident. I personally think she ruined a good thing, by agreeing to run for Vice President. Sometimes putting your political aspirations above everything else is not always a good thing...even if you drag your family along for the ride.
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