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Reviewed by Bryone Peters for Readers' Favorite
Ditches to Riches by Ronald L. Worley II proves that nothing is impossible if you want to be successful. Worley shows that even a homeless, substance abusing lost soul can get out from the worst and move to their best life. He is living proof. Ron nearly died twice. People stopped trusting him. He had no self-discipline before he turned his life around. He took his street skills and experience, started his own business, and found success. Worley describes how he moved out of the ditches and became a millionaire. He shows that you can choose not to be a loser. Worley says you need to break it down, plan your life, and be determined. Start by no longer lying to yourself.
I loved the wrestling sweater anecdote; Ron Worley describes how he gains confidence when he puts on his wrestling sweater. Worley asserts that what you wear can make a huge difference in how people treat you and influences your self-esteem. I loved his saying that we must be brave and try the things we wish to do, embracing fear. Worley is such an honest and realistic person. Readers will find inspiration from his story and new meaning in their lives from his sincerity, which is indeed encouraging. Ditches to Riches will move you beyond your inhibitions by providing an honest perspective on leaving a dark place to achieve a winning lifestyle.