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Your favorite takeaways from UNSCRIPTED

abogdan88

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To me, part 4 seems to have the most value. What're your favorite parts?
 

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TreyAllDay

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I would say I was more of a fan of MFL for entrepreneurial advice. But unscripted did a great job of explaining the "Scripted" side of reality and the facade of being a slowlaner.
 

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I loved the model that unscripted provided for entrepreneurship. Reminiscent of the 7 habits model by Covey but for wealth.
 

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I think Unscripted was more polished and mainstream oriented, but I liked how raw TMF was. It’s always nice when the actual author narrates the audiobook.

MJs descriptions of sidewalkers, slow lanes, and fastlaners was perfect.

However the formulas were difficult to picture over audio. Only drawback.
 

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Honestly... Just a sheer sense of relief.

I realised after a a couple of months of of working how God damn awful it was and always felt left out because my view on work and life was completely different to everyone around me. I was like a jigsaw puzzle which didn't fit no matter how much I tried. I felt like I was alone! So it was a joyous relief to find out there were others like me. Everything I had ever thought was written out on paper. Each word was like cocaine.

But from the content of the book, big things I took away were:

-Recognising action faking from action taking
-CENTS to evaluate your business idea
-When you don't have a business idea, MJ writes 'just do something!' I found that very helpful
 

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