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  • Great book

    5
    By Lamborghini fanatic
    A really good book about how much more important inner peace is than outer comfort.
  • A great read.

    5
    By NefeMeraki
    I enjoyed every page.
  • Stillness LC 037

    5
    By LC037
    Great insights into developing inner peace and living well ; Learn the concept of Flow!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Thirddaypower
    One of the best books I have read in a while!
  • This book has changed my perspective

    5
    By Reef Williams
    The timing of picking up this book was no accident!
  • Well written

    5
    By nswamiiii
    Clever examples succinct chapters and sentences
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Emac3navy
    Superb book! Great mindset from many leaders
  • Puts things into perspective

    5
    By Hu$ky 250
    This book really puts the things we all encounter in life into perspective. Seek solitude, avoiding escapism...etc. This book is a must read if you want to broaden the “real” perspective of life. Great Book!!
  • Couldnt put it down

    5
    By Morenom_k
    i read the book as if it was a guide in life. I would read it at night and the ideas would set me for a better tomorrow. it would bring excitment for the following day because it meant at night more lessons would be learned. thank you Mr. Holiday
  • The Essence of Zen and Non-Action in Bite-Sized Portions

    5
    By FeelerReborn
    I was very impressed with Ego is the Enemy and The Obstacle is the Way, so I had high expectations for this book. Holiday did not disappoint. I was able to pick this book up and put it back down many times without losing the general idea. I found the information on Tiger Woods’ lifestyle to be perhaps the most entertaining and informative. The pieces on Zen Buddhism, Wu-Wei, and Non Action were not only enlightening but therapeutic. In a world where we are constantly told to Go-Go-Go and do More-More-More, it is interesting to hear an argument for the opposite perspective. My favorite element of this book overall, is the way Ryan expertly weaves together so many different philosophies and religions to form a thought; convincing the reader further that there are many paths to Enlightenment. Thank you Ryan; I am big fan of your work and consider myself a more useful man, and a more peaceful and generally-better human for having read it... particularly your work in Stoicism. Thank you and your team again and again.

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