Chop Wood Carry Water is the story of one boy's journey to achieve his lifelong dream of becoming a samurai warrior. Guided by "Akira-sensei", John comes to realize the greatest adversity on his journey will be the challenge of defeating the man in the mirror.
This powerful story brings the train-to-be-clutch curriculum to life in a powerful and memorable way.
Some things you will learn....
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The book is certainly not a waste of time but I started to find it very annoying as each chapter passed. It came across as way too simplistic and not very realistic considering the context. The underlying messages and stories told in each chapter certainly can help bring balance to someone in a crazy world. I just wish it didn't make me feel like I was dealing with a spoiled adolescent in John.
Similar to my reaction to previous chapters, simplistic.
No and not sure that I would based on this one. Great potential with some moments but message gets lost.
Maybe depending on the liberties taken by the producer. Potential is there but this was a lost opportunity.
There is no veil on what the story is
trying to get across. The story format though makes it so much more interesting though than if Josh had just written and dime a dozen self help book. Great reminders. Great principles to live by no matter age, stage of life. Highly, highly recommend.
What and amazing book! This book can help you with every aspect of your life. No matter the journey. I will definitely be listening to the book a lot.
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