It’s always helpful having valuable information from a variety of knowledgeable sources condensed in one book for readers to consume. After all, that makes us productive, which is the objective here.
While I found the book to be beneficial for readers, I would have preferred Kangas to restrain what I viewed as an elitist attitude. For example: Saying most people who don’t need a creativity toolkit are either flipping burgers for a living or are dead, wasn’t only unnecessary but untrue.
The techniques and action plans shared by ‘The Masters’ are worthwhile and can be appreciated by all who desire to improve their productivity.