The gist of this is that almost anyone can be good at anything if they work at it hard enough.
The key is to build into our daily schedule a series of regular breaks to renew the energy we've been expending as we work.
The book is eminently practical full of clear examples and action steps and practices that one can take on immediately.
This is a valuable book filled with ancient wisdom that is both timeless and inspiring, backed by scientific studies and research. I heartily recommend it for everyone. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Jimmy Tan
My professional coach recommended this book as a reference for putting balance into my work life. It focuses on some of the common practice and work habits of people who are top... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeh
Easy reading and lots of good information; a common sense approach to improving all of your relationships; not just for the workplace.Published 1 month ago by John Abbott
I really wish I would have read the reviews and book description more closely before buying. Instead, I purchased the paperback version and wasted $12. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kelly T
I bought this book after reading "The Accidental Creative," which mentions it. Together, they're a dynamic duo! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Aisling D'Art
This guy just keeps talking about the subject of energy and why its important but does nothing to direct you as how to make changes. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chrysalis
Purchased this book for the managers that report to me. It has generated lots of discussion about personal renewal and effectiveness at work. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bike4Life
This used to be called "The way we are working isn't working". This begs the question about "what's wrong? Read morePublished 12 months ago by NWQ
Builds on his earlier work. Great book. Very enjoyable. Bought the Audible version and had to buy hardcover so I could highlight teachings I want to remember. Thanks, Tony!Published 13 months ago by David Russell