From Library Journal
- Terry McMaster, Utica Coll. of Syracuse Univ. Lib., N.Y .
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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The most meaningful and practical book of many on the topic. I wish I have read this one much earlier.Published 10 days ago by Maxim Kovalev
A book with interesting concepts that are nonetheless somehow outdated now.Published 13 days ago by CPL
Not the easiest book to read but very interesting, well worth the investment in time and cost.Published 15 days ago by r j r
Those activities that bring you into the moment. Our brains were made to cave in on themselves, and really the only solution is to fill our time with activities that we enjoy.Published 1 month ago by D. lupica
The books starts off with about 100 disorganized pages of examples, anecdotes, and side-notes that do not seem to build to, nor support, any logical conclusion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristin
Excellent book that is very practical for shaping your daily activities to get the most out of life and live an optimal human experience.Published 1 month ago by Sunnankar
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I have no basis for comparison, but I'm halfway through the 2008 edition and have not seen any post-90s references yet, including in the author's preface. In addition, the outdated cultural examples that the author uses -- e.g., America's cities are littered with violent crime, teen pregnancy is... Read More
Jun 17, 2012 by Jonathan | See all 2 posts