4 stars because I liked a bit more the previous book ("It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want to Be"). But it's great and quick to read.
A simple book but yet thought provoking. An easy to read book that could challenge your own way of thinking. Whether you agree or not is not important.
One idea that strikes me most is:
Instead of waiting for perfection, run with what you've got, and fix it as you go.
This is an area that I can work on as close friends always say I am thinking too much....Continua
' Too many people spend too much time trying to perfect something before they actually do it.
Instead of waiting for perfection, run with what you've got, and fix it as you go. '
Impressive... And it's encouraging for me think differently and take risks, especially during hardship in career.
"Most people are reasonable, that's why they only do reasonably well."
"Next time, instead of asking if it's right, ask them what's wrong"
"Good marks will not secure you an interesting life. YOur imagination will."...Continua
This book is not just a self-help book, I insist. Page after page Arden fills the book with inspirational stories and anecdotes, illustrated with creative images that hit right at the point. Arden encourages people to think opposite, to take risk and to explore their potentials. The ideas are far from cliche, considering how many of us are used to follow the old path, to live a life that is forseeable. It takes less than an hour to read through the book, but the ideas may take some time to sink in....Continua