It is a very easy read and packed with great insightful and thought producing scenarios. It is a good book to read slowly and one that you can bookmark certain aspects of the book that you can go back to. Isn't that what a good book should do is make you think about your own values and what you want to contribute to society?
By the way, he doesn't say that to have "success" is to necessarily be financially prosperous. Some have missed his point in thinking that this is what he's saying. He's not preaching "prosperity theology," "get God and get rich" or that kind of stuff. He's pointing out the things that really count in life and how these can be obtained. That's what takes 300 pages to get through our hard heads!
Don't discount the book because you think he's just repeating the fact that God needs to be brought into the picture to make your rich (financially). He does need to be brought into the picture for true success. He discusses the real purpose in life. Something people today are ignoring. Joe points our attention to eternity and the success that will make a difference long after the NFL and NASCAR are gone!
Take time, if you would, and look up the verse on the right tail light of Bobby Labonte's #18 Interstate Battery car. John 3:16 tells the real purpose in life and how to be successful.
Thank you for taking time to give Joe Gibbs an opportunity to share from his heart. His book has given me much to think about.