At first I found the definition of Resistance (uppercase ‘R’) intriguing — a personification of the reasons you’re afraid to finish, why you procrastinate. As you progress through the book, though, the metaphors seem to get more and more religious in nature. While I appreciate their status as allegory, as an atheist, it just turned me off a bit, though the message itself is helpful. I did get a lot out of the segments of the book that were more about actionable advice and less about an unseen battle.
I felt the advice was useful and has helped me (to a degree) to mentally deal better with my procrastination, but lost a couple of stars in my eyes because of the dogmatic tone. It may have been more helpful to others who don’t mind such things, but as it was I never felt fully able to commit to the conceit of the “war” between Resistance and your “Better Angels.”