TITLE:The Biggest But in the World AUTHOR:Natalie K. Hodge INFO:Paperback, Fiction, 108 pages PUBLISHED:CreateSpace, 2015 SOURCE:Received from Publisher for Review
FROM GOODREADS: The biggest BUT in the World is a hilariously insightful self-help book designed to assist readers in their journey to ditch excuses and pursue excellence. Author Natalie K. Hodge not only shares tips and strategies she has acquired working with thousandss of college students and professionals over the years, but also candidly discusses her own BUTS. She asserts that the number one reason people don’t achieve the success they desire is because of the excuses they hide behind.
The strategically written personal development masterpiece uses plain yet colorful language, periodic micro-assessments and tons of real life examples to reach wide audiences of all backgrounds. Natalie even made a conscious decision to limit the page count in an effort to maximize accessibility in a world where blog-style writing rules. The structure supports the highly original content she shares chapter after chapter. Readers will laugh, cry, become frustrated, but absolutely grow as a result of this read.
MY TAKE: This book definitely had me laughing at points, as well as stopping to ponder things at other times. The author has a fun way of laying it all out there for the reader.
It is a quick read, but I think it can definitely be helpful in trying to push past our own procrastinations and “buts”. I do love that title!
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