How much do I want to read more? 6/10
It looks like a biography, retrospecitves. The author telling his story.
No doubt it must be interesting in the end (from bad to good), but I felt rather bored after reading the first few pages.
Very few people know how the bottom feels, but I do. It’s like quicksand. It grabs you, sucks you under, and won’t let go.
we all make habitual, self-limiting choices. It’s as natural as a sunset and as fundamental as gravity. It’s how our brains are wired.
Even the best pep talk or self-help hack is nothing but a temporary fix. It won’t rewire your brain. It won’t amplify your voice or uplift your life.
Only you can master your mind, which is what it takes to live a bold life filled with accomplishments most people consider beyond their capability.
hold yourself accountable, push past pain, learn to love what you fear, relish failure, live to your fullest potential, and find out who you really are.
when you’re driven, whatever is in front of you, whether it’s racism, sexism, injuries, divorce, depression, obesity, tragedy, or poverty, becomes fuel for your metamorphosis.