Good motivational reading about living happier lives that are full of self-acceptance, understanding, love, success, and that we are all in this together.
The ten rules for being human are entertaining and fun, but more than that, They're true.
A template for living. Everyone needs to read these words of wisdom.
A fairly so-so book... I think if you're young and new to the business world, and haven't read a lot of books on success, this might be a good read. For the rest of us, a lot of it is what I would term "feel-good fluff". There are a million and one illustrative examples used for the most obvious things - sometimes as many as 3 or 4 per page - and some really "duh" definitions that make it feel like she's talking down to some very inexperienced 3rd graders. Plus a lot of posturing about how big and successful she is and how rich and powerful her clients are - yawn. I did give it 3 stars because there are some good chapters about 3/4 of the way through, on business integrity, which I thought had some important things to say. Overall, though, there are better (and more inspiring) books out there on this subject.
The 10 rules of being human are entertaining and fun--but more than that, they're true.
Everybody should read this book as it was down to earth and pointed out the things of life we forget to appreciate. Rules to live happier lives that are full of self acceptance, understanding, love success, and the inner knowing that we're all in this game together on the same team.
I wonder how many of these are true in the era of Trump.