Self-Help

Book Review: When Life Is Full of It: An Antidote For Your Mind

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

When Life Is Full of It: Antidote For Your Mind (Attitude) by Stan Belyshev is a practical book. It is not a short self-help book with quick fixes and tips about issues and problems we have to face daily.

The author provides an enormous quantity of motivational, educational and exciting information.

What the writers aim in my opinion is to give us a small push in the right direction and how we should behave and think.

He doesn’t say you must do that thing or the other but through numerous examples of people who started low and then become successful presents the attitude and the mindset that someone should adopt and begin practicing order to achieve whatever she or he wishes.

Throughout the book I caught myself realizing that a lot of the things that I say I don’t have time to do or don’t know how to do are basically excuses and It did influence my way of thinking.

The book has 31 chapters, and as the author mentions in his introduction, this was intentional.

A month has 30 with 31 days, so the author suggests that you read a chapter every day and really work on the chapter’s theme and educate yourself.

At the end of each chapter, there are a few questions that the reader can answer thus helping him/her to understand the meaning and goal of each section better.

Furthermore, the writer made a fantastic research work finding all those biographical elements of all the people that are in the book and presented them in such a way that shows to the reader that there is no I can’t there is I won’t.

It is a remarkable book that its primal goal is to make you think and also make you shift the ways you view things and I think it achieves it.

Highly recommended it.

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