Could be a wakeup call for some but I personally didn't learn anything new from this book but I'd recommend it if you have no idea where to start and how to escape. Don't think it will just be a revelation, more of a trigger, something to motivate and inspire you. Spoler: A LOT of hard work ahead!
This book is a nice guide if you are a traveller. But If you are a very family oriented person then it may not be the best book to read, however, you'll still pick up a few good ideas that may come handy.
If you really want to become more lazy and see your results going down instantly that's the right book for you! It leaves all to outsourcing and delegating.. As an example: one of the best quote i've read in the book is to give your business to outsourcers for support and tell them "my customers are your customers" -- Do whatever you want! Apart from some of the tools described in the book a bit excessively (to get more pages?) globally i woudn't recommend this book I'm really disappointed...
Another 'Do it now' type book. Read lots of these over the years and they all have a similar 'modus operandi' if you read between the lines. This one is slightly different in it's approach, and as a tool to motivate you to get off your backside and DO something, it's got it all there. I like to take snippets of stuff from all of these kind of books and wrap them into my own personal motivational ideas.