Today I've finished reading, err, listening to the Richard Branson's book Screw It, Let's Do It: Lessons In Life. I know Mr. Branson is a cult person for some people, however, I didn't know much about him before I started reading the book, except that he's owner of Virgin "everything". I also knew that he doesn't own all Virgin companies anymore, as he had to sell some of them in late 90s.
Well, I found this book to be a nice supplement for your head when you're having a workout in the gym. It's something that you need to be concentrated on, it's not something that takes your attention, however, it's a nice narration that's following you and makes a feeling that you are not wasting your time, you getting to learn at least something. ;)
It's just a story. Nothing more, but nothing less. I can't say that I've absorb any lessons that he's trying to teach us over the book: all of them are common sense and, actually, he didn't say anything specific. However, his story is nice. Everyone's life is different and sometimes it is a good thing to listen about someone's and to think about yours.
Not highly recommended, but worth spending few hours on it.