This book was much better than I expected. Written in the author’s “real voice.”
There was no “hidding” in the book, Scott Galloway described events from his life and actions “as-is” without trying to make him look better. That is the honesty I like a lot. There were several moments when I was touched and tears got me.
Real, simple life advice from the American entepreneur/professor in his 50s. Focus on relationships, people, mates, friends, children.
For all of the Twain’s enthusiasm for the giantism of American industry, the totality of his work is an affirmation of the pre-technological values. Personal loyalty, regional tradition, the continuity of family life, the relevance of the tales and wisdom of the elderly, are the soul of his books.Neil Postman