It's not a book about religions, but about general human values that remain the same trough time.
The clarity of thinking in the ideas that the Dalai Lama reveals
When he says
There is no significative difference between the most important religions, and it is mandatory that religious and not religious people start living their values.
It's well read, you can easily understand what the narrator is saying
Getting things done is similar, but it goes more into details.
The MIT section
Making to do lists is convenient and can help you organize your life in a more effective and productive way
It's a good summary of other books about personal organization. Overall I prefer David Allen's aproach on Getting Things Done, but I really liked that this summary was brief and simple.
The contents are really interesting and practical for people interested in starting a business
The practical tips and the ideas the author gave me for my business
I recommend it only for people without a bussines background. The book is pretty basic.
It's too basic. I bought it hoping not only for concepts but for bussines ideas and I good just a few of them.
Nothing, just concepts and some examples.
Not at all.
I don't know the print version, but the audiobook is great. It would be nice to have it printed to make notes in the pages and underline ideas, but if you hear it with a pencil in your hand it can work.
This is not a characters book. The author himself reads the book in first person.
This is my first aproach to this author, but I I would certainly buy another title written by him.
Making the best out of your time.
Very recomendable. It's not just a book, but a guide to use for the rest of your life in your professional and personal life. It really made a change in my life and I'm just starting to use the tips.
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