Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius by Isaac Samuel Miller
Source: Sent to me by author
Publisher: Koehler Books
Genres: Non-Fiction, Self Help
Publication Date: 31st August 2019
Synopsis/Blurb (Taken from Goodreads):
“Abandoned by his father at the age of seven, Isaac Miller embarks upon a thirteen-year journey to fight his way out of a life of crime, drugs, mediocrity, and poverty. Using his teenage imagination and work ethic as his guide, Isaac provides for his family, including his schizophrenic mother, and fights his way to becoming an entrepreneur at the age of seventeen. Through his story, Isaac demonstrates how you can start with nothing and still live your dreams. Just Get Up teaches you how to capture your own life’s dreams through exposing your inner genius. This guided tour of self-development will teach you how to unlock your life’s true treasures. It will appeal to all people seeking a real-life inspirational story of overcoming adversities. Along your journey you will find The Limelight Spot Effect, The 27-Month Plan, and The Octagon Way as you build your own success through his Just Get Up program. Isaac invites you to Just Get Up and tap into your unlimited potential as you discover your inner genius one chapter at a time.Now, she finds herself a prisoner in her own city, navigating a web of political intrigue. Hope beckons in the form of the mysterious Spear of Vengeance, a weapon forged by the gods.”
My Thoughts & Review
I don’t read very many self-help books in fact I think this is only my third book. I wasn’t sure to expect as the previous self-help books I’ve read I haven’t really been a big fan off.
This was an interesting read especially the first half the book. During the first half we learn about the pain and suffering Isaac went through during his childhood and how he used these experiences to achieve his goals. I really enjoyed this part of the book. The second half of the book concentrates on motivational concepts and guides you on how they can be used to reach your own goals as well as helping to better your life.
This is a really good motivational self-help book, but I feel I can’t do this book any justice with this review. The main reason is as I said I don’t tend to read these kinds of books, but I would definitely recommend for those who find them super helpful.
I would like to thank Isaac for getting in touch and sending me a digital copy of this book in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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