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I heard Rory Vaden give a TED talk. I liked it and so I looked for a book and found this one. Two reviews stood out that almost made me NOT buy it. One said that it was some sort of back door Christian book. Now, having read it, I disagree. It's Christian in the same way a book might be Hindu if written by a Hindu. I was not turned off by scattered references to faith or occasional biblical coloration. Rory is Christian and he doesn't hide it. It's part of his world view. It doesn't offend me. Second, another review said the book was lacking in practical ways to multiply time. I agree that the book isn't a set of codes and schedules that suddenly transform you by modifying your behavior. Rather it is a way of thinking differently about how you approach the tasks and schedules you already have. I really like the book and profited from it. If your role is one of a primary decision maker then you will benefit more than if you are someone in subordinate, less flexible roles where you aren't free to think for yourself. Nevertheless I think anyone would benefit from listening to this book.
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Perfect timing. Both the strategic and emotional processes. We can be so tough on ourselves-these permissions offer great insight. Thanks Rory, you did it again!
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