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What did you like best about Success and Luck? What did you like least?
The author seems to be a well educated person and has a point
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
I feel the book is not as is advertised. The myth of meritocracy is argued in order to pursue the hidden agenda of this book and that is to champion the new idea of Consumption Tax.
Do you think Success and Luck needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
No follow up required.
Any additional comments?
Not at all what was expected.
This is a smart book talking about luck and meritocracy with fun examples. The only thing that dint make sense is a lot of tax examples which in my opinion makes it hard to understand the concept of luck and does not quite fit well with the books title.
it was good to learn but I don't see luck the same way. I see luck to be, the ability to able to the luck in front of you.
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I enjoyed listening to this book. I have always been interested in exploring the occurrence of Luck in my life so I enjoy books about Luck. This is a more academic angle on the subject than I had expected but I still found it interesting. I also enjoyed that it was written in a level of language that I had no trouble understanding. A lot of the conclusions were things I would readily agree with. I enjoyed the anecdotes of coincidences and Luck in the author's life and it was interesting to learn about the Progressive Consumption Tax.