How To Be Successful: Think Like A Leader Paperback – June 10, 2020
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This book is thought provoking, inspirational and motivational. Yes, it has predictable advice like: get up early, exercise, eat well balanced meals, learn to say no ….but that advice is peppered with real life experiences. Curtis McCoy gave me plenty to digest. It’s a quick read and one well worth my time. I strongly recommend checking this book out.
This book is not only for leaders but also for those who want to learn the true definition of a successful life well-lived.
What makes this book unique is the backstory and the sheer intentions of the author for writing this book.
I will not say all he said in this book is something I haven't heard before, but the perspective is uniquely different.
I think we should all view life and our goals with this perspective.
The big message I got from his story is that there are things that MUST be done and there is always a timeline whether we like it or not. The thing about success is that it doesn't wait for anyone. The perfect time to start is always now. I enjoyed the book.
The book chronicles the stories of successful people from all walks of life. One key theme resonates throughout the book and that is that you can overcome any setback, provided you have something to live for.
Ideas such as taking calculated risks, accepting responsibility for your actions, knowing when and what to sacrifice are all liberally applied throughout the book. The interview format makes for easy reading, everyone from NAVY seals to pastors to the author himself is interviewed.
If you like classic success literature like Dal Carnegie, Earl Nightingale or Napoleon Hill - you'll love this