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We all have a limited amount of energy for each project we take on. This book has helped me learn where to direct my energy and to better determine which projects are worth my time and effort and which ones are dead in the water.
I have yet to read a Seth Godin "dud." I encourage you to check his writing out as soon as you can!
Dr. Greene's book was the first of it's kind that I read, and my original paperback copy was so worn out that I had to replace it with a hardbound copy a couple of years later. His seven skills for performing your best under pressure are really great, and in my opinion, require revisiting every so often to be most effective.
As I continue my personal quest for better health, I find the most inspiration through friends who have made significant and positive life changes. The author - my high school band director - taught me so much by example - his drive, determination, and commitment to students were unmatched. After decades of prioritizing everything above his own health and wellness, he was faced with two options - an early grave, or renewed life purpose and the ability to once again inspire others. It's a short read, but the lessons are timeless!!!! Thank you, Gary Doherty, for making the right decision.
I have friends who read this kind of book slowly, because they want to savor each page. Others, like me, tend to binge read - time stops when we grab a good book, and we won't get anything done until the last page is read.
Regardless of your reading style, make time for this activity - you'll thank me later!