For the money it was a short book that I got through in a few hours. Most of the content was based on a lot of quotes and some drawings to pad it out.
Knowing who Shaa was and her accomplishments I expected much more.
As a motivational read it's good but doesn't offer many golden nuggets I thought might have been included from her vast experience.
There are some good quick tips for reaching a goal and tips quoted from Richard Wiseman's 59seconds. It isn't a starter guide for someone wanting to go self employed or reach a goal, just tips on how you might do it and reminders that you should just do it, over and over.