I don't think so.
Sounded like a punk kid, and nobody wants to take advice from a punk kid.
Very disappointing in that the author states clearly that you can make your dreams come true - maybe - if you only devote 20 hours a week to it for 10 years. He is also very boastful about his accomplishments, which to me is a turn-off. There is nothing but common sense advice in here and again, you should start young, because it is no easy road to achieving your dreams.
The incredible effort that needs to be made to live a few extra years (maybe) in good health. I disagree that such strenuous exercise is needed 6 day a week - only because it's so impractical that anyone has the time to do it (or would even want to do it.) Good information, though. But very few people will follow this rigorous advice.
Probably not. The books spends hours explaining the condition: you feel this way, you act that way - and it's because of deep-rooted shame. It's how you were raised and how your parents were raised. It's about what happened to you when you were young, and growing up, and how this has affected you. Go on...please! Tell me how to dare greatly, how to change, how to overcome my pain. Please, tell me! But, like most other books that tell you what you really already know deep down, it offers no solutions, no real hope that you can change. Very disappointing.
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