The biggest takeaways I got from his book are this:

1. People who get degrees with just a job/career in mind tend to build lives that require most of their paycheck to sustain, regardless of the amount. (To be fair, this is a choice, and most of us, myself included, still work hard to build our skill toolbox with investment in mind).

2. Successful business people usually have many failed businesses until they finally figure it out or find an idea that works.

Also, side note, you are calling a famous, beloved, respected book and, by extension, the author himself a maker of dog pile in book form, which might get clicks (it did of me!), but it will make you seem petty, just my two cents.

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I like speaking the truth even though it gets me into trouble.