Book Review — “Life’s Golden Ticket” by Brendon Burchard

Published in 2007, this book was written in a time when we were all trying to better ourselves, become more “self-actualized” and find inner peace. And, while all of the “lessons” in this book have been explored for years and in other books — this was a lovely escape. Making peace with your past, present and future might have been replaced with fighting about politics at cocktail parties, but it shouldn’t have been. There’s nothing new here, but there’s nothing stupid, either. I enjoyed it; the story is good, and the writing is charming and comforting. Living your best life isn’t out of style and sweet books about finding yourself shouldn’t be either. Five happy stars. 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩

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