Me We Do Be

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 13 Apr 2019

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This was an enjoyable read in the self-help genre but nothing new or special. No new ground here. 

Many thanks to NetGalley, the author, and the publisher for my ARC. All opinions are my own.
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This book was a shocker in a few ways: the clarity of writing and appeal of the stories. Best was:
*The logical premise - that there are several factors of success. 
*The encouragement and inspiration with practical steps toward a life we want to live. (I really enjoyed the incremental "can-do-this-today" approach.)
* The holistic internal and external factors we choose to put in place - physical, spiritual, mental, and otherwise - are covered with stories of people every American would know. 

I'd recommend it for anyone who needs motivation or coaching on moving forward toward a better life or better work.
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I was taken in by the cover. The idea of the book is a good one. But where it fails is that it provides the same advice as hundreds (or maybe it's thousands now) books on the exact same topic. The author hasn't done anything wrong in the book, he hasn't said it in his own way. It's just that if you're saying the same thing again, you better say it in a way that's unique so that it makes us look at it in a different way. That was what was missing from this book, in my humble opinion. If you haven't read many books in this genre, maybe this will be a good starting point for you.

I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley.
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Honest and in-depth advice for reaching your full potential.  This advice is presented in easy to follow language that can be broken up and applied in pieces at a time.
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I read a good amount of self-help books.  I find that some resonnate and some do not, it's a matter of taste.  The benefit for reading a variety of titles, is that a reader can pull some nuggets of wisdom from those that speak to them.  Me We Do Be, while an interesting structure to think about, didn't really speak to my way of thinking.
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