This is a light read. It is not intense. It comes across like a conversation with Alexis. I think many people were hoping for a clear cut path of lists and bullet points to plot out how to do "X".
Instead this is far from this. What I took away from this book is more of the style and personality of Alexis that has allowed him to be successful.
As always I took down notes into Evernote that I found interesting and tried to convert the ideas to the platform of education.
Reading many reviews online I think that had Alexis crafted a plan on how to live without permission would go against the grain of the essence of the book. The idea is go for it and had he laid out a plan, then you would have received permission.
Here are some key parts of the book that stood out to me.