Drink Water Mind Your Business

A Simple Way To Focus And Get Started

Non-Fiction - Self Help
95 Pages
Reviewed on 07/24/2021
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Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite

Drink Water Mind Your Business: A Simple Way To Focus And Get Started by Andrew Stuart is a self-help guide for those who are looking to either kick off or return to an entrepreneurial mindset. The goal is to initiate a foundation that maximizes the potential of the reader, with Stuart dividing the message into three distinct and interconnecting parts. The first is drinking water, where the importance of hydration is the key to everything else and all we do: harmonizing the mind, body, and spirit through nature's most precious natural resource. The second and third spotlight is on minding your business in both the literal and figurative sense, and commingles with the power and achievement of focus for clarity, clout, and, ultimately, genuine success.

Andrew Stuart presents some sturdy, tried, and true advice in Drink Water Mind Your Business. The information is straightforward and easy to read, and the book is succinct, making it a speedy read for those who may not enjoy being lost in larger, more comprehensive texts on the topics. The narrative is mostly conversational and candid, with Stuart connecting nearly every point made to an anecdotal story, song, legend, quote, and other inspirational mediums. While there isn't anything particularly groundbreaking and a lot of the content is elementary to a degree, some readers will appreciate its folksy approach. I do believe this is a book worth passing on to the youth, and more specifically to the teens in our lives. Overall this is a decent, unfussy light read for an uplifting afternoon.