This book came highly recommended to me from multiple sources.
The first three chapters were very interesting and are covered in sticky notes, underlines, and highlights. It’s not that the book shared anything particularly new, but it presented it in an organized fashion that directly related to many of my current business endeavors. If you have any project that involves selling/marketing – whether writing web copy or attending networking events – there will be some good tips, or at least friendly reminders, in these first three chapters.
The rest of the book was pure pop psychology, along the lines of “Stumbling on Happiness” – well-written, with many illustrative examples, but not all that useful. I only highlighted three phrases in all of chapters 4-8. If you like pop psychology, the rest of the book is an easy and enjoyable read.