Lesson #2 on Time Management
a. Time must be explicitly managed, like money
b. You can always change your plan, but if only you have one
c. Are you spending your time on the right thing?
February 3 at 2:43pm
Lesson #3 - too many people complaining about their problems. If you took one-tenth energy you put into complaining and applied it to solving problem, you'd be surprised by how well things can work out.
February 3 at 6:02pm
Lesson #4 - experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted. Failure is not just acceptable , it's often essential.
February 3 at 6:27pm
Lesson #5 - when you can't pay someone back, pay it forward. Go out and do good for others what somebody did good to you
February 3 at 6:45pm
Lesson #6 - when giving an apology, any performance lower than an A really doesn't cut it. A good apology is like an antibiotic; a bad apology is like rubbing salt in the wound
February 3 at 7:23pm
And I finished reading it the next day with this update:
Watammat! Now, I have the urge to read another book! Perhaps one of those that I stopped half way!
February 4 at 8:54am