The book is full of little sentences like:
- on your deathbed, what if someone told you you could have 10 years more of your life? Too late, you've spent them staring at a piece of furniture!
- people on those shows don't care about you, would ignore you if they met you, despise you - they just need you to make sure their show goes on, and they become rich
- you're a fan of that TV personality - then one day you discover they have stolen years of your life from you
- you have this friend who can do all these things: play an instrument, dance, whatever. You ask, "where do you find the time?" He says, "by not spending 3-4 hours a DAY - US average - staring at a piece of furniture"
This book feels SO right - unless you are in the TV industry.
A MUST read. It should be in the Top 50 at Amazon.