Alright. Done a bunch of finance and leadership books. Let's mix into something else. I don't really read these kind of books, but this one's pretty good. Short story: it's a biography. But not just any biography. A biography mixed in with life advice. Pretty good, right?
Again, this book is basically the life of Scott Adams. In case you don't know him, he's the guy who writes the Dilbert series for the newspaper. But, like I said, he also interleaves his experiences with valuable life advice, which could actually be use in life. I mean, the title is pretty much the biggest lesson, that you can fail but still be good in life, but there's lots more lessons to learn.
Actually, now that I come to think of it, this book may not even be a biography. Maybe it's actually a life book that's just interleaved with relevant experiences of some famous guy. Who knows? Maybe even Adams doesn't know what kind of book this is. It even says so in the subtitle: Kind of the Story of My Life. Kind of?
Oh well. That's a good sign that the book is gonna be awesome, when you start questioning it's type. Overall, would buy this book, definitely recommend it, and of course, worth the money. Heck, even now I've taught you a life lesson: You can tell if a book is good to read if you question it's type.