Top critical review
11 May 2019
Very old and stale and clichéd philosophy has been served in a well-marketed hardcover. The writer duo pretends like they have "discovered" the idea themselves for the first time in history and doing a service to the mankind in such selfless fashion by writing the book, but truth be told, there is nothing new or novel in the book. Now my dear fellow reader, do "The One Thing" yourself, give this book a pass and read something more substantial, like Jordan B Peterson's "12 Rules for Life" and thank me later.
Btw, if you are so eager to know the whole substance of the book in one sentence here it goes: If you want to be successful in your endeavor then don't scatter your mind and work into various direction but keep just one thing in your mind, have a focused and singular attention to your goal only, and that's it.
What an unique idea, right?