Become A Better Version of Yourself - Ben Leighton

Become A Better Version of Yourself

By Ben Leighton

  • Release Date: 2015-02-22
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4
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From 1,454 Ratings

Description

This ebook contains golden nuggets on how to motivate, inspire and improve your current situation. It encompasses the holistic view of self improvement from mental& emotional wellbeing, career, health & fitness to love & relationship. 

Most importantly, you will learn to make small daily choices that will transform your life.
- Find your personal inspiration.
- Rediscover your motivation.
- Propel yourself out of an unfulfilling existence. 

Reviews

  • Loved it . Excellent way to help you map your future self .

    5
    By more53
    Excellent book
  • Hit or miss for me

    2
    By JT iCloud
    I like how they try to keep it lighthearted but the multiple typos and somewhat scattered layout of the book is a bit of a turnoff for me. Hard to take it serious
  • First and no regrets…

    5
    By Kingmarichal
    I loved the content in this book believe it or not this was my first book I’ve ever read. Thank you to the author for all the life lessons in this book.
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Mikeylvlike
    Easy read!! Very helpful!!
  • Study yourself become a better version of yourself

    5
    By DatBoiMays
    Read Growth & Development with words study you learn who you are balanced stress love stress enjoy life and nature
  • Better version of myself

    5
    By KingDrew89
    Very awesome read and relaxing for the mind!
  • Useful book but lots of typo

    2
    By mcrunix
    In this book, the author reviewed and analyzed human success/failure lessons. It was easy to read for someone who does not speak English fluently. Many typos appear in the book; I'm not sure how it passed the publisher's editing phase, but it's definitely not up to standard.
  • Good

    4
    By leekymeat
    Good advice
  • Far many

    5
    By 9907268067
    🇧🇪
  • Meh

    3
    By Kjdimaggio18
    This book was okay. There’s a bunch of typos but once you get passed them and dissect what the author is trying to say, there are some good key points in this book. I have a couple things that I will take a way from reading this, but it wasn’t a drastic “change your life” type of book, nor did it really motivate me in the way the author was trying to achieve.