“Think and Grow Rich” By Napoleon Hill Review

This is the original 1937 version of Napoleon Hill’s Classic Book: Think and Grow Rich. To the greatest extent possible, the text and formatting have been kept exactly the same as in the original release with the exception of some minor formatting changes.

So this is a business and self-help book in one. I gotta say that no one should mixed these two genres into one book. 

This book makes success seem like it is just “read this book and you will be successful”. Which isn’t how success works as you can imagine. No book without action can make you successful overnight. 

The writing style was boring, however there were times when it was interesting for a moment.

This book had some good topics which everyone should no about. Like looking at yourself about what is stopping you to go forward in life. However for the most part this book is a little kooky.

When I bought this book and began reading it I was expecting some kind of practical guide to managing personal finance but it wasn’t that.

I picked up this book because almost everyone in the reading community on the Internet was recommending it. But Oh boy it wasn’t that good as people was claiming it was.  

It took me a lots of time and effort to go through this and finish it but eventually I did. 

I give this book 2 / 5

“The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne Review

The Secret contains wisdom from modern-day teachers—men and women who have used it to achieve health, wealth, and happiness. By applying the knowledge of The Secret, they bring to light compelling stories of eradicating disease, acquiring massive wealth, overcoming obstacles, and achieving what many would regard as impossible.

This book is another sort of a mix of nonfiction and self help book which as we all know some people will love and others will hate it. And there is nothing between hate or love when it comes to books like this. 

The whole idea is pretty good. Because it’s for the most part that “good attracts good” and “bad attracts bad” which sort of make sense which a lots of self help book lacks now on days. 

The writing style is bad, for the most part the writing is nothing but “do this and this will happened if you believe”. The writing style will make some people hate this book. Because it almost feels like the author didn’t care about putting good enough effort to this book. And all she did want is to collect pay checks for this book. 

This book could have had the potential to be so much better if the author would just cut out the quotes of other people and but more effort in the writing style. 

The whole book for the most part is just a collection of quotes from doctors, scientist, random people and the rest of humanity. And there is no origin story to “the secret” or something supporting that’s the real thing. All we get is that Albert Einstein believed in it and it’s real. 

There is no background to it and no evidence to it. If you want to believe it, no one on this blog is telling you that you can’t. I’m just saying that some people needs evidence supporting everything. 

I give this book 4 / 5

"Greenlights" by Matthew McConaughey Review

91Biography book written by Academy Award® winning actor. This book is an unconventional memoir filled with raucous stories, outlaw wisdom, and lessons learned the hard way about living with greater satisfaction.

Alright, alright, alright. That’s what I’m talking about. This book very easily wins every rank in this blog. The fact that this book is a bestseller at New York Times (at the time of writing), really proves that this book is more than an good book.

This book deserves the hype which it got, and it is an MASTERPEICE. All these high expectations which you might have for this book are worth it, because this book is amazing. And no Matthew McConaughey didn’t pay me for say this, but I would love to interview him for this blog and talk about his book.

The storytelling which Matthew McConaughey give us in this book is brilliante. And these memorable stories from his life are something you will not forget so easily. I personally thing that his stories and the whole book will stay in my head for couple years at least.

Not only can Matthew McConaughey act but he can also write and he is a fantastic author and storyteller. And his passion makes it even more fun and enjoyable to read. And all these things together made me don’t want to end this book.

This whole book was so fucking engaging and brilliant to read that I couldn’t stop reading it. When I personally tok a break from this book I couldn’t stop thinking about this book. Which really shows how incredible Matthew McConaughey is at writing and storytelling.

The whole book felt like setting down with Matthew McConaughey, over a glass of whisky or bourbon or whatever you drink and listen to him telling you his whole life story. This book wasn’t a borden to reading about someones life story but rather as a motivational book.

This entire book was motivating, funny, well written, smooth as porcelain and something coming from the heart. This book shows that not only is Matthew McConaughey a great actor but also that he have some high writing and story telling skills which most author don’t have.

The quality of this book is surprising, because it is much better than you can expect. This whole book isn’t just 300 pages with words which you will forget in one month like a lot of biographies are. This book does also involve pictures, poetry and letters written by Matthew McConaughey. Matthew McConaughey dives deep into his life and himself to find the answer he were looking for throughout his life. And he brings these answers and questions in a form of a book.

If you are into biographies and you enjoy reading them just as I do, then this book is a MUST READ, no matter if you like, love or hate him. This book isn’t only about him. This book is also about people, different cultures, the Experiences in life and find your path in life.

This book is more or less may open your eyes on some stuff. because it involves death, strangling with your identity and how to find deal with “red lights”, “yellow lights “ and “green lights”.

I give this book 10 / 5

«Mów Własnym Glosem» by Regina Brett Review

95Speak With Your Voice is 50 engaging lessons about the power of words – not silence; about the fact that even if the truth is difficult to face, only in this way will we become free. How to exercise courage? How to face everyday life in spite of our fears and fears? And finally – how to share your story so that it is inspiration and hope?

So this is another self-help books, the thing with self-help books is that you either love the book you just read or you completely hate it.

It is a quick read, and you will really read it in just 3-4 days. The text in this book are pretty big and the chapters are pretty small.

Every chapter is a different “lesson”, and every “lesson” isn’t longer than 5 ish sides. However none of these “lessons” are really lessons, they are pretty much stories from the author’s life. Which will not change anything in your own life.  And a lot of these so-called “lessons” were (in my opinion) targeting a special groups of people. Well come on we are in 2020 not in 1920.

This book have a lots of good reviews, but truly this book doesn’t deserve all these good reviews.  There were parts in this book that made me feel like the author wanted to squeeze every dollar from people who are buying this book.

If you watched some interviews with the author of this book. You will quickly see that what she writes in this book is the opposite of what she is saying in these interviews.site things which she say in some interviews which I had watched. She is also roasting herself a lot in this book which is probably something  you shouldn’t do in a book at least.

In the end these so-called “lessons” doesn’t learn you anything. And the entire book book feels like reading a blogger who is trying to be a journalist way too hard. And its probably too long because most of these “lessons” could have been one sentence long or 1 page long.

And how can you name random stories from the author’s life “life lessons” ? thats the big questions with this book. Another thing here is that bringing in every lesson religon is bad idea. Because thats why too much religion.

   I give this book 1 / 5