He brings that same inimitable energy and sense of humor to this great book.
I literally laughed out loud nearly every other page and I got a serious ab workout (and was laughing with tears) reading his story about flying at Mach 8.8 with some fighter jet pilots. (Key lessons there: When we push our Intensity sometimes things are awesome and sometimes they aren’t. Plus: Don’t eat a huge breakfast before going out in a fighter jet. lol.)
The book is also packed with wisdom. Specifically, the 11 Laws of creating a great life. It’s a fun read and a particularly good introduction to self-development if you (or a family member/friend) are new to this stuff. Tony’s super-relatable and straight-forward and likeable.
Hope you enjoy and here’s to doing our best and forgetting the rest! :)
(P.S. Where’s my German potato soup?!)
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