Genre – Non-Fiction
Book Length – 280 Pages
Reading Time – 4.5 hours
Style/ Plot – I love the way the book starts – an introduction to Rhett’s state of mind when he was frustrated with his first business venture. Many business owners can relate to this.
The book promises to help Entrepreneurs “lead better, work differently and more focused and ultimately find the success you want”.
It does that and more.
Rhett makes you read this book like a daily devotional and write down answers to the poignant questions asked to reveal what your strength is and how it can be channeled to grow your business.
Ideally, this book should be read weekly as it is written to take 53 weeks to complete. Each week, daily exercises are provided for the reader to get to know themselves better.
Favourite Quote – “Each time you face a fear and overcome it, you gain great strength. One of the ironic things about fear is that it becomes a mental obstacle for most people, causing them to be less of the person that they could be in life.”
This book provides step by step/ walkthrough advice on how you can transform your mindset and business as an entrepreneur. Think of it as a daily devotion for entrepreneurs. It really is. You really do need this book.
Heck, when I’m done reading a book a day, I am using this as my daily devotional for real.
Rating – 5/5