header logo

22 Expert Reviews

A.J. Jacobs mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.

"I read [this book] right when I started Toms. There’s so many things that I took from [it] that allowed Toms to have this incredible growth." - Blake Mycoskie

Caterina Fake mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.

Charles Poliquin recommended this book in the "Tools of Titans" book.

Daniel Pink mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.

"My key takeaway from [this book] was the concept of lifestyle design." - DHH

"Brilliant reversal of all of the 'how to manage all your crap' books." - Derek Sivers

Eric Weinstein tweet about books that mattered enough to him.

On the "books read" section of Ev Williams' GoodReads profile.

"Everyone should read." - Gary Keller

"I was very affected by [this book]. I was like this guy has it figured out." - Jason Silva

"For those who struggle with productivity and taking control of their lives, [I give this book], of course!" - Laura R Walker

"[The author] basically takes all of the time management and personal productivity theories of the last 20 to 30 years and pushes them to 11, to paraphrase 'Spinal Tap.'" - Marc Andreessen

One of Marc Goodman's most-gifted or recommended books.

"Taught me better ways to manage my time and the value of not making myself too busy." - Mark Bell

"Made me ditch the average life in search of one with complete flexibility and freedom to live life on my terms." - Maurice Ashley

"If you want to live life on your own terms, this is your blueprint." - Mike Maples, Jr.

"I do talk about [this book] quite a bit." - Mike Shinoda

"Challenges the reader to seriously consider an essential–yet rarely asked–question: What do you really want from life?" - Rolf Potts

"With this kind of time management and focus on the important things in life, people should be able to get 15 times as much done in a normal work week." - Tim Draper

Tristan Harris mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.

"[The author has] a great curiosity and [...] a great love for things." - Walter Isaacson