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It's fun in that anecdotal sense, but not a book I would use to backup some argument about education at a cocktail party (unless you know, I was already into my 3rd drink).
The part where it pointed out that Americans put way more emphasis on team sports in high school than other countries. Disclosure: I sucked at team sports in high school.
I heart Finland!
It's kind of the cliche story of crazy siblings reuniting over the death of a parent and chaos ensues.
Gary Keller probably earned more money writing books than in real estate.
Cherry picks facts from studies where he has clearly not read the whole study.
All arguments in the book are flawed with either the "what you see is all there is" and the "correlation must equal causation" fallacy.
It's amusing like Honey Boo Boo is amusing. Kind of cruel book taking cheap shots an entrepreneurs who took chances.
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