This is an inspiring story of redemption that is enhanced by the emotion that is evident in the author's voice as he reads his own work. Although I can see how some might compare it to "How Starbucks Saved My Life," there's none of the self-serving name dropping and thinly veiled bragging that permeates "Starbucks," just a humble tale of a man who turns his life around by shifting his focus outward. If I had been a recipient of one of his thank-yous, it would not have bothered me that the note was the product of his project (as another commenter said) because it was clear that each of the 365 notes expressed sincere gratitude.
I highly recommend this audiobook.
This book was a complete waste of money. Although this man is supposed to be an authority on procrastination, every chapter is just a different way to say that there is no real cause for procrastination other than that you are lazy. His solution - stop making excuses and get over it.
Even the colleague who wrote the foreword appears not to have been completely impressed by this book.
Bottom line - do not get this book.
Report Inappropriate Content