For me, I got more out of the online program. But, like Rachel, I would say it depends on your time and your personal ability to dedicate time to the book. I found myself being gung-ho on chapters 1-3, but only doing the work in my head. Then I got busy and didn't get back to it. With the online program, as I paid for it, I felt committed to doing the weekly work so I did all the writing. I would say, I found some of the later 'tools' confusing as some things are added on the last couple of weeks and I somehow didn't notice that and almost missed out!
If I knew I could stick to working through the book, and would commit myself to actually writing down the answers to the questions at the back of each chapter, then I would say you will get just as much out of the book. If you need to be prompted to finish what you start (like me), then the online is terrific.
For the person who said they couldn't log on, I would contact customer service. I never had that problem, but I am sure they will correct it if you contact them.
"We are all in the gutter, but some of us
are looking at the stars"
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