I loved The Everyday Hero Manifesto. One of the last for this year’s challenges. But a great one.
It is a book I will be reading over and over again to remind me of the processes. It’s one of those books I think you should have within reach.
If you wish to be a success, then this book gives you guidelines on what is important and how to achieve it.
It discusses productivity, rest, and focus. Balancing health, emotions, spirituality, and physical. There are exercises for you to complete and really think about what you want from life. Your top priorities and how you want to be remembered.
It brings up consistency – and we all know how important that is! Along with small everyday habits and micro wins.
Discussing beliefs, values, and more to become both abundant and successful in life.
I know it is going to take me a while to work through and test out the information in this book. There is a lot of it, packed full. One of the things I have really learned from this year is that you must take the time to try and digest what you read.
The 52 books in a year challenge showed me that just reading fast through a book to get to the next one isn’t the way for me. By doing this I am not learning or implementing the books. I am just racing onto the next. – READ MORE ABOUT MY LESSONS FROM THE CHALLENGE HERE.
Robin has written the book very well. It is easy to follow and read, and you find yourself wanting to read more.
Add this to your book list and near the top! I think it will be worth it. It really was for me.
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