It's really difficult to know what rating to give this. The style of it grated pretty heavily in places, as did the constant “Here's what I'm going to tell you next” / “Here's what I just told you” summaries. And for a book that states up-front that it's going to be written in the style of a manifesto, it's actually much more of an autobiographical quest interspersed with a series of interviewee mini-biographies.
But for all its problems it does a great job of combining the central ideas of [b:Drive|6452796|Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us|Daniel H. Pink|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348931599s/6452796.jpg|6643001], [b:Talent Is Overrated|4485966|Talent Is Overrated What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else|Geoff Colvin|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1347697677s/4485966.jpg|4642546], [b:Little Bets|10822774|Little Bets How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries|Peter Sims|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1347339575s/10822774.jpg|15736525], and [b:Where Good Ideas Come From|8034188|Where Good Ideas Come From The Natural History of Innovation|Steven Johnson|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1311705993s/8034188.jpg|12645873] into a simple, coherent, well-structured, and well-supported argument that best way to find your dream job is simply to work really hard at turning your existing job into it.
It could have been a much better book, but for the number of interesting insights along the way I'll round up, rather than down, my ★★★½.