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A book for the eccentric. An excellent breakdown of practical mastery and a provocative tale. This isn't for everyone, but for those who want mastery it is a truly enjoyable read.Published 19 hours ago by R. Slone
The stories were good but it's hard to really discern how this would apply to my life.Published 3 days ago by S. Patten
2.5 stars. This book comes highly recommended by Tim Ferriss (who bought the rights to the audio version) and many Ferriss-types who frequent his podcast. Read morePublished 10 days ago by JustinHoca
Ok but mostly a boastful review of all of his wins. Would not recommend as some inspirational or methodical way to improve performance in business.Published 11 days ago by Francie Jones
This is a really good book. The most valuable thing I took away is that if you want to be the best at something, or even just improve, you can't let any excuse stop you. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Bill Fisher
This book describes the processes of mastery through the life of the author. It is entertaining and informative.Published 18 days ago by Michael C.
Is interesting and infrequent that I find someone who's thoughts I can identify with. What a journey this man has endured and experiencedPublished 19 days ago by Whit Young