I got through it pretty quick because it kept my interest. I put it on 2x speed and that was a perfect tempo.
He made it personal and that made all the difference. He came across as real and unpretentious. He makes the listener feel that they can do it too, his ego is in check.
You must be okay with failing a bunch of times and keep going.
I don't know how political he really is, but, I like how he didn't make his book political. All realms of politics seem to be congested with people that are holier than thou. I have a feeling he's more interested in looking for good in people and he finds it much more often than most.
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