This book took me ages to get through. Surprisingly, it’s not because I hated it. Quite the contrary actually, I loved it! Every other page had me screenshotting and saving notes. Their conclusions were fascinating and idea profound. Good stuff and a great read that I will surely reference in upcoming books.
Let’s get to it shall we? As always, here is the good the bad and the ugly.
The stories throughout this book kept my interest by surprising me at every turn. The book did not use commonly used studies and facts, and I actually found myself quite surprised at the outcomes.
The book is worth reading based on the fact that you will indeed learn something.
Not much bad about this one. It was quite long and took me awhile to read as I said, but I didn’t find much within that wasn’t worth reading. Oftentimes books start to ramble and lose their steam by the end, but I found this book exciting and riveting throughout.
The only thing that could have made it better were even more stories of how the power of moments could be applied.
The book make a very strong case for purpose over passion. It’s only one tiny part of the book, but it’s the part that stuck with me. It gave a study of 5000 workers that showed the folks with low passion and high purpose were STILL some of the brightest and best workers.
What’s more is that the book was prolific with it’s examples which made it easy to follow along and stay engaged with the content. As far as books that get you thinking, this book is up there at the top of my list. I think that every entrepreneur or business owner ought to give it a read and apply the power of moments to their work and to their everyday lives.
You can pick it up on Amazon right here.