I enjoyed the book as an exercise in stretching my paradigms, but some of the concepts are a little over played. I'm not sure if that was for effect or what Jarvis really believes. It would seem they are more for effect given that the author admitted he doesn't follow his own advice.
ie. He sells the book, he doesn't give it away.
If you believe in your concepts as passionately as he seems to, why wouldn't you take your own medicine. I suspect he's like most of the rest of us... He loves the concepts, but is not sure how to make a profit with them.
Still in all, it was fun to study the ideas and see if there are any I could apply in my own business.
Yes I intend to read the follow up in the 2nd part of the series.
While I appreciate the lengths the writer goes to provide context for Churchill's biography it is, in my opinion, over done. I believe there was ample opportunity to educate me with out so much superfluousness information about minute details of the daily lives of his associates.
Abbreviate and present only the most interesting content.
If this were a book it would be 15 hours long and then you'd still have to watch the sequel to find out what happens.
He does a nice job of speaking and imitating voices, even if he does come across a little pompous.
Awesome, just Awesome!
Eric Greitens is the best example I've seen in quite some time of a man who chose Service and Virtue over Greed and Self Indulgence. Quite an amazing guy and a great example of what it really means to be a "great man".
It's a frightening account of what the world has become. I would listen to it again, and I think it should be required reading for every American.
There's a tremendous lack of leadership in our country's political environment which only mirrors it's citizens apparent unwillingness to pay the piper before it's too late.
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