a Christian or non-Christian should read this. As a follower of Christ, I was convicted at the realization that I am closer to an elder brother than Christ, even though I had rebellious younger brother tendencies and fully accepted the grace the father offered.
For those that read the title and think, oh my another liberal Christian book, especially needs to read it. The flyleaf quote caused me to buy it... "One of the signs that you may not grasp the unique, radical nature of the gospel is that you are certain that you do."
The concepts presented in this book are good. A lot of antecdotes that keeps it interesting, but it is dry at times. However, the information presented was enlightening; dispelling myths of what motivates the American workforce, and how implementing those myths can be counter-productive. This is a fresh look at what really motivates humans and is worth listening too.
This book was a great look at the latest generation of post-dot-com millionaires. Gary is motivational, and very genuine. He is a bit of an "acquired taste", but he "keeps it real". The audio format was excellent. You get more for the money, as Gary strays off-script to add additional information and emphasis. Those "a.d.d." moments are also entertaining. I recommend highly to any entrepenuer!
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