Jan 23, 2022

Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart: Thirty True Things You Need to Know Now

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  • Publisher‏:‎ Da Capo Lifelong Books; 1st edition (April 29, 2009)
  • Publication date‏:‎ April 29, 2009
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 261 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 84 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart: Thirty True Things You Need to Know Now

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  • [PDF] Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart: Thirty True Things You Need to Know Now | by ä Gordon Livingston
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Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart: Thirty True Things You Need to Know Now

527 thought on “Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart: Thirty True Things You Need to Know Now

  1. I rarely take the time to write reviews I m doing it for two reasons now the quality of this book, and the comments I ve read before reading it It s been recommended to me by someone I respect and trust, mainly because I believe we share common strong values, which is why I wanted to see that the author had to say The comments I read before buying the book kinda scared me and didn t give me much hope Oh boy was I wrong But it s not for the faint of heart It s clear, concise, straightforward It s [...]


  2. I was looking forward to reading this book because I found the chapter titles clever and enticing However, after reading, I find the content to be a bit too flippant and un empathetic There are some gems of advice, but they re packed in between a lot of surface level fluff I would certainly not want Gordon Livingston as a therapist he doesn t seem to really get suffering despite having lost a son to bipolar depression For me, his attempt at straight forward, tough love advice reads as inconsider [...]


  3. At first I was inspired, except maybe the part where the author suggests that joining the military and going off to war is right of passage But as the chapters wear on they become darker, cynical, and by the end complaints without solutions.There s an ongoing theme of risktaking that while applicable to things like getting outside of a comfort zone should not include stupid risks or the ol we re all gonna die some day might as well not be afraid of nothin way of thinking.Don t be scared of child [...]


  4. at least once This book was very helpful in ways than one It goes over 30 truths the author, Gordon Livingston, MD, believes are most needed for an accountable, responsible, and successful life These truths are shared in the 30 essays that can be read in any order though I do recommend reading the book all the way through the first time The tables of contents serve as a quick reference to find any topic he writes about.This is not a book for passive, unaccountable people who would rather argue h [...]


  5. The author is definitely an expert on the subject and has much knowledge to share However, the chapters and ideas are not well thought out I found myself thinking, great idea, how about sharing a little or giving examples of what you are talking about or trying to convey.


  6. I got this book because of its title This was one of my grandmother s favorite sayings She grew up hearing it and so did I Dr Livingston presents 30 pieces of wisdom, fleshed out as chapters Each is a life lesson that is better learned before we have aged He writes in a conversational style that makes reading and comprehension easier to follow My only concern is that by writing in this style there are too many run on sentences.


  7. It is not a how to or help yourself by following the instruction type of book It was written my a one who listens to others and then compares that information to how poeple as a whole respond Intersting reading and full of short chapters so read a bit then next time read another small idea I find it interesting and not always in agreement with my experiences but enjoyable and thought provoking either way I think that this could be a good book for a book club to read and talk about the contents.


  8. Don t read this in one or two sittings, even though you could Read a chapter a day and reflect on what it means and how you can apply it to your life The lessons seem easy but most are not The author has many black and white judgements which probably should be gray but his many points are well taken.Some things he points out are painful, some will make you laugh, others will make you sad, but all can make you think I will put this on my shelf and re read in 6 12 months, as I want to be reminded [...]


  9. This is a terrific book, packed with wisdom Moreover, it s an easy read, in thirty bite sized nuggets No word of a lie this book will help you make sense of your life from past to present and to move on and make the most of it.Without spoiling it for you, the author has had quite an incredible life and unlike in so many similar books he doesn t ram it down your throat Tbe extraordinary and heartbreaking setbacks he s faced in his life are mentioned in passing, and he shares what he s learnt from [...]


  10. I found this book at a time of deep despair and at the point where I have cut myself off from everything, I don t go out and I have even cut myself off from those I live with This book has opened my eyes and brought back sense in a time when my thoughts and mind are running away with me.I copied important sentences from this book I to my notebook, so I can read them daily for me the most important is What s Next And Change requires that we try new things, risking the possibility we might fail Wh [...]


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