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He has a conversational ability to reach out to readers in this book. He opens eyes and minds, he shocks on occasion because the masses have lost hope and occasionally a jump start is required. There's no bulls**t in this volume. Answers in the book are strong and credible. Why? Because he's been through what the readers are going through. He's helping them learn from his own mistakes, his misery, his success. He does what Muses do. Muses experience the pain, learn the lessons, pass on the lessons so others may improve. James is a Master Muse of Life Lessons. He responds about love, college (don't do it), housing (don't buy a house), starting a business, cheating, lying, sex, Batman (He had lots of issues becoming emotionally attached to women).
Highlights include: Railing against Corporate America "Your boss usually sucks and some eventually stabs you in the back. It's inevitable.Read more ›
- Building up the idea muscle.
- How to effectively network.
- How to take action on your ideas.
- How to become a better and more interesting writer.
This book should be given as a gift to every unemployed person in America. It's one of Altucher's best books yet (content, book cover, quick read format, humor, randomness, etc). It's also the funniest book he has written.
There is some repetition, but that only stresses the importance of certain topics instead of making them dull. To paraphrase Zig Ziglar, repetition is the mother of learning and the father of action. Building the idea muscle is one of most important and frequently covered topics in the book. I know the importance of this from James' blog posts, but the book gives good inspiration to take it seriously and actually do it.
Another reason I loved the book is the randomness of it. You really don't know what is going to be covered on the next page. Some pages might cover heavy questions like the meaning of life while others feature subtly brilliant ideas like returning emails from 3 years ago.
I'm looking forward to seeing what book James has coming up next.
If you like James Altucher, you'll enjoy this book. However, I believe the book "Choose Yourself" is the better one.
Going to buy this book as soon as soon as the new iPad is released :)
EDIT 4/14/12: Bought the new iPad, bought the book. Was reading it last night. Blown away, as always, by the actionable wisdom in this book. He covers so many topics, from investing to marriage, all with sincere honesty and hard-earned experience. Highly recommend.
I would recommend this to anyone who wish you have some disruptive thinking going on in their brain.
As a side note:
You get it free on his website.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not much new or different from his other books, all of which I think are overrated.Published 17 months ago by Ira
Awesome, Relevant, Timely, Entertaining, Refreshing, Dead On...
Just bought Choose Yourself, & I was blind now I can see.
Find his podcasts and listen to him tell his unvarnished life story. His triumphs and defeats, winning millions and losing them all, married, divorced and now remarried for the... Read morePublished on April 3, 2014 by Philip Anderson
Book was interesting, different style of writing a book - held my interest. I enjoy most of James' perspectives and his responses.Published on January 9, 2014 by Bryce
Seemed like this was a hurried attempt to publish something. Author is a very intelligent person but hardly the guy I want advice on LOVE or dating or spirituality from.Published on December 2, 2013 by Michael Lenk
In this book you will find answers to questions that range from the ordinary to odd. The questions are from Twitter sessions James Altucher has with his fans. Read morePublished on November 29, 2013 by Hal B
Very good insight into how to avoid lots of mistakes, but to continue to live life to the fullest. Many of his answers to questions will continue to benefit me as I adjust to this... Read morePublished on October 7, 2013 by Lewis R. Anderson
Still new to computing, so as I read the whole book ravenously, I didn't know how to access the footnotes or how to read your blogs. Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by Freedom7