What I wish I knew when I was 20

Title: What I wish I knew when I was 20

Author: Tina Seelig

50 word blurb: This is an exciting and creative book, where Seelig shares examples of individuals breaking the rules, forging new paths, experiencing inevitable failures and roadblocks to emerge successful in achieving their goals and dreams.

Other comments?
A really fantastic book, offering seemingly simple advice that teaches you:
1. Not to fear failure, but see it as a stepping-stone in your learning.
2. Do not wait for anyone to grant you permission to pursue your goal or dream. Give yourself permission. Ask for what you want and you just might get what you want.
3. Develop and fine-tune your senses to identify problems in everyday situations. Opportunities are everywhere!

Buy or borrow? Definitely buy!

(Image credit: Golnaz Golnaraghi)

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