I would rather be at the bottom of a mountain I’m excited to climb, than at the top of one that I am not–pexfa
There are a couple of metrics I use to judge the value of a book.
- To what degree does it change the way I think, live or make decisions? (5/5)
- How likely am I to immediately buy copies for friends? (5/5)
- What is the quality level of the book (author’s credibility, quality of writing, reliability of research and information)? (5/5)
Based on those questions, I have scored this book with marks out of 5 and taken an average as the final score of its value. (i.e. 15/3 = 5)
For Let Your Life Speak, I value it as a 5/5 book.