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ANOTHER HOW TO SUCCEED MANUAL
on 27 February 2015
The concept of this book is brilliant: to be successful, you need to master something: your profession, art, skills.
First you need to discover your calling, then find a mentor, start your apprenticeship and complete it.
The theory is correct, but between talk and action there is an ocean, and mr. Greene is not telling how to cross it.
Like many manual on success, this is short of specific.
I liked the examples of Proust, Leonardo da Vinci and others, but I struggled to read it till the end.