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I am impressed,
This review is from: Never Too Late To Be Great: The Power of Thinking Long (Paperback)Never Too Late To Be Great by Tom Butler-Bowdon
***** (5 stars) by Scott Hammaker
These days more people are changing careers or going out on their own in their
late 30s or 40s. Many are faced with the results of a bad economy or shifting
business trends. And now is a time to take a new approach.
If you are in this position or if you just decide that it is time to follow your
passion then this book is for you.
It does not promise pie in the sky - it offers meat and potatoes for the table.
(rice and beans if you wish) It is practical and inspiring. It does not contain
"secrets" that may not work - it contains real life stories and honest inspiration.
It takes the "long view" on greatness. It is not a quick fix and does not
suggest any worn out techniques. It is filled with stories and encouragement.
It is practical and powerful without being mystic and metaphysical.
I found it refreshing and inspiring. It offers a wonderful new slant. I would
call it "self-encouragement" rather than self help. (no walking on hot coals
or magical mantras) This is the real thing. It is "a history of greatness."
So if you are over 30 and you feel a need or have a reason to follow your
passion and go for your dreams this book may just be just what you need to
get you going and put you on the right track.
It is easy to read and offers many fascinating stories that will inspire you.
This book inspired me and I and sure it will inspire you.