I would recommend it as life and circumstances can be overwhelming. The author is the rare cheerleader that comes along to urge you forward without being smarmy or promising unreachable things.
There are a lot of little stories throughout to illustrate his daily life declarations. I often forget what the declarations are but the stories have stuck with me.
There was a young man trying to get into a prestigious college, which he would only be able to afford with at least a partial scholarship. He didn't get it and enrolled at a local junior college. Four weeks before school started, he was called by the scholarship office to say an opening had become available for a four year total scholarship. Don't let the first no discourage you.
My atypical reaction to this audiobook versus others has been repeatedly playing it. I find myself listening to it while walking, driving to work or playing video games. It's a boost akin to an extra shot of espresso.
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