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- Print Length: 139 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0989279820
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- Publisher: Nick Winter (April 6, 2013)
- Publication Date: April 6, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00C8N4FNK
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My only complaint is that the end of the book is kind of weak. He finishes by restating his goals without adding much to most of them. I would have appreciated some extra tips/a call to action. However, I don't find this worthy of removing a star as he is an amateur writer and I still really enjoyed the book.
Overall, I would still highly recommend the book. Especially if you want an easy to read intro to self help and are on the nerdy side.
There's a lot more to it than that, separating short term goals from long term and a lot of tips on tools and how to create your own.
The one downside I found was at the end of the book, where the last chapter was literally a list of all the things he did and accomplished. Seeing as he addressed most of those during the course of the book as helpful examples, I didn't think they were very necessary and they didn't offer any additional tips. You can easily skip them, which makes the book significantly shorter, where I feel a better wrap up could have occurred. There is also 15% of the book taken up by sourced links alone (the index at the very end).
Seeing as the book definitely taught me a number of things and has great insight, I still rated it pretty highly and would suggest buying it.
Maybe not life-changing work, but it might just start you on a path of improvement. I know it has for me.
Not all of the techniques he puts forth are applicable to everyone but a lot are worth a try and he refreshing style in presenting the tools and approaches makes this a more more genuine help book than much that is out there. Highly recommended.
From what I've read so far I've been recommending this book to other self hacking geeks and if I find more good material in the book and/or find that my own motivation and productivity increase or improve I will likely post a more detailed review here and further recommend the book.