Top critical review
on 28 February 2014
As most motivational books, I often get the impression to be reading slightly different versions of the same information or statement throughout the entire publication. In addition, many arguments and ideas in the book are tied to the 1929 crisis in the USA and might not relate to contemporary issues at a first glance (this also results in a chapter about the crisis that can seam a bit boring and unnecessary). Despite that, the book is very practical, presents a series of techniques that can be used to boost motivation and productivity. An interesting read particularly if you can read beyond the historical limitations and appreciate the underlying message.