The book is a clear, concise outline for anyone wanting to improve their general business or sales knowledge. In the book he refers to his website and all of the FREE things there but I can tell you from experience that the only thing that is free is the "Newsletter" which is actually just an endless barrage of offers for his paid programs.
Yes, we will use technology to make life better - as much as we can but I see that as part of evolution. The thing that Ray ignores in history are the little hiccups (like the dark ages, ice ages, etc...). He thinks that everything will continue accelerating but in history there are these little speed bumps to consider.
The research and data are interesting but his conclusions are dumb. He comes right out and says that he is trying to debunk the "myth" that hard work and good choices bring success and instead tries to reduce all human success to a sort of lottery game.
If he really wanted to discuss "outliers" then perhaps he should have profiled some Canadian hockey players that were born in December and find out why some people that don't fit the profile still succeed.
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