This book is good for you if:
- You don’t like to sit down and read from start to finish – but you want to get something useful out of every single page
- You’ve heard people raving about the impact of things like ‘miracle mornings’ but haven’t yet been able to find synchronicity between your work and your workouts. Ferriss himself describes the book as a ‘toolkit for changing your life’ and I think there’s something in that
- You know there’s room for improvement in many aspects of your life, but just aren’t sure exactly where
He advocates the concept of trying to ‘create’ rather than ‘discover’ yourself. I found that thought-provoking.
If you are a regular listener of Tim Ferriss’ podcast you’ll know that he has a rather rambling style. And occasionally I get frustrated by the amount of talking he does, when what I really want to hear is what the guest has to say. This book does not suffer from that problem. Ferriss has picked out the most interesting, engaging and useful content from every single interviewee. And as soon as you start to dig in, my bet is you’ll completely forget that the book looks like a daunting tome, and will be picking it up every chance you get.
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