You can find a full, alphabetic index here: https://fourminutebooks.com/book-summaries/
There, press Cmd+F on Mac (or Ctrl+F on Windows) and enter the title of your book. If it's not in the alphabetic list, you're good to go.
This is our summary template, which you can use to guide your own summary writing process. Simply replace each component of the summary one by one, until the document is finished.
To use this for yourself, click "File," then "Make a copy..." and you'll create an editable version in your own Google Docs folder. See below.
Here is an example page: https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/3389674-trotzdem-ja-zum-leben-sagen-ein-psychologe-erlebt-das-konzentrationslag
If the title of the book is next to the author's name in the quote, it means it's directly from the book.
You can also use Amazon to do this by browsing the book there and reading the preview to scan for a quote you like.
Example for the CTA: "Let’s figure out exactly what it takes to become a CEO of our personal business!"
Generally, if a book has 3 parts or a 3-act-structure, I try to take one lesson from each part.
Feel free to use the table of contents to pick 3 things, which usually makes it easier.
Example: "The 29-year-old who is stressed about the idea of working in a dead-end job for the next 30 years, a 26-year-old freelance writer looking to turn their gig into a personal business, and anyone wanting to graduate from the daily 9-5 grind."