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I'm into self-improvement books, but this one was too cheesy, poorly written and over-simplified for my tastes. He makes big promises about how the Perfect Day template will change your life in every way possible (*eyeroll*), says things like "make rules for yourself and stick to them and you'll beat procrastination" as if that's any kind of real solution, and waste a lot of time with inspirational filler words, like life, goals, dreams, aspirations, etc. By part 2 I was audibly making gagging noises every time he overused those words. I was gagging a lot.
But having said all that, here I am at 6:20 in the morning, writing a review for this book. So yes, there's a good idea in there, and if this book could be summed up in one sentence, it would be: Get up early and tackle your one thing.
OK, so this review is not the most important thing in my day. I'm going to go get work done now. I just thought I'd spare the rest of you I whole bunch of wasted time by reading this book.
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An easy to follow (and easy to listen to) system to improve all areas of your life. The author has put his heart and soul into this program. Read/listen to it, do the exercises, then watch your life take off.
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