The book has its problems. It says things I wouldn’t agree with and the only way I am reconciling it is by chalking it out to difference of perceived meanings. It feels repetitive at times to the point where I feel if I accidentally flipped back to the previous chapter (it’s a single message after all). It walks the thin line on the boundary to something quite like nihilism (but stays firmly in being realistic). But, it is an eye-opening read, at least for me. It feels weird to say that practicing a few things mentioned in the book does make me feel a little bit more liberated and a little bit more ready to not obsess over the future. It’s weird that I found a strategy to deal with my perfectionism in a time management book.