Wednesday, 9 March 2016


Wellth by Jason Wachob

It's the time of the year when you lose some of your motivation and you just don't know what to do. 
When I got this book delivered to my doorstep, I was utterly excited to read it, hoping to search for an answer and untangle my mind.

I didn't find one. Because no books can tell you how to rule your life. You have to find your own answer and your own solution. 

This book, however, did give me a head start, a guideline, and sidebar to hold on to while I try to solve my mess. 

In this book, the author went through his experiences in the most general way that you can simply relate to. Then, he would list out a couple of things that will make his readers think and analyze based on their own life and experiences. It's like a self-reflecting mirror. He faces the mirror on him first, opening up to you about his history, failures, and past, then he flips the mirror around. Then it is your turn. He listed down some advice in the end to motivate you and to give you a starting point to your own journey of finding yourself again and discovering you.

Some steps and advice that he give may seem simple and obvious but once he breaks it down, you realize how much work it takes and when you actually practice it in your life, it's not easy at all. It's going against what you once believe in and what you have been living with all these years. It is creating a new habit, a new behavior, a new you.

This book is both fascinating and very inspiring. A good read for anyone who is looking to end the battle inside his/her head and are willing to take a step forward in reclaiming life.

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