I wanted to read this book as soon as I saw the cover and it was 'Potsie' from Happy Days. I knew his face right away, then it hit me. I didn't know much else about the actor other than that. I didn't even know his name, he was just 'Potsie". I definitely didn't know anything else he had done in tv or film.
What an accomplished man he truly is. I am so glad I learned more about his other directing and production achievements.
The best part of the book is the lessons he learned from his mentor, Willie. Each chapter is basically dedicated to a lesson, and Anson tells a story that connects the lesson to his life. He didn't necessarily learn each lesson right away, but they were still there at some point. It was really inspirational and powerful stuff.
I definitely think people will enjoy reading this book for far more than just the celebrity memoir part. The lessons are simply incredible.