This is more like a motivational book. Those who never came across any such books may find it very interesting. But those who have read Dale Carnegie and Norman Vincent Peale, this is a very ordinary work. After reading `The Monk Who sold his Ferrari', this book is a disappointment.
As always, another wonderful book by Robin Sharma. You don't need to read this book in one sitting. there are so many practices you can imbibe in your daily life using this book. On a skeptical note, I am not sure if all of this is practical. We are all after all human and have our constraints. Just find it difficult to imagine that one can change one's life just by changing daily habits. Nevertheless, worth a read.
The book is as small as a school notebook. And if you have read any Robin Sharma's book previously then this will feel almost repetitive. Not that interesting but some thoughts are really hit home. Worth a shot !
Too much in one book. It is revision to what you have heard through out your life. Just like a crash course. Though it helps but author has given too much of every thing. Every bit of word is correct in the book but depends on person how he digest it.