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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
Previously, knowledge and skills were automatically passed down from generation to generation. Unfortunately, however, this priceless chain of wisdom broke down along the way as later generations rejected the old way of things in a bid to find independence. This meant that invaluable life lessons and skills were lost in the process. By the time millennials came into the picture, there was barely anything to pass down to them, leaving them to fend for themselves in a world that becomes more challenging by the day. J. Ronald Adair, in Clueless 101 (A Life Manual for Millennials), aims to bridge this gap with a collection of life lessons, tips, ideas, and inspirational knowledge that is fast becoming extinct. The book is filled with practical tips and lessons on life, money, career, family, health, happiness, relationships, and everything in between.
Clueless 101 (A Life Manual for Millennials) by J. Ronald Adair is a truly worthy read for millennials, and other generations really, that answers questions these unlucky young generations did not know to ask because they do not know any better. It is a goldmine of priceless wisdom from earlier and wiser generations to guide the millennials and others in their pursuit of success and happiness in this ever-evolving world. Clueless 101 is insightful, practical, and absolutely relevant to the intended generations. A must-read for every millennial and for those hoping to guide this wayward bunch.
J. Ronald Adair presents the book in a style that makes it easy to read and internalise, with visual keys directing you to the notable points for immediate and future reference. This is not a book you read once and put away (though you will gain immensely from your first read); it is rather the kind you keep around as a source of reference, guidance, and positive reinforcement.