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At the age of twenty-three, Colin Yurcisin accumulated a debt of $50,000. That was three years ago. Now, he is a multimillionaire traveling all over the world with a three-million-dollar apartment of his own. Go All In: How I Went from 50K in Debt at 23 to Multimillionaire by 24 is his story. Born in New Jersey, Colin always had a knack for trying new things, which sometimes enabled his innate creativity, while at other times, this got him into a lot of trouble. He falls into a spiral of partying, drugs, and alcohol, and at one point, is deported from Mexico, leading him to take a hard look at his life. He commits himself to making the best of his talents and sets out to live a fulfilling life where he can live his dreams. After a few stumbling blocks on his road to success, Colin finally achieves everything he set out to do.
Go All In is an inspirational story about a young man's journey to carve a place for himself in this world. In his autobiographical memoir, Colin Yurcisin gives an unflinching account of his life, recounting his struggles and the hurdles he had to cross to finally be able to live the life he had always dreamed of achieving. Everyone goes through hard times at some point in their lives but it is what we do after falling from grace that decides our life's trajectory. Yurcisin's clear and concise prose makes his story all the more engaging. All in all, this a book that is a must-read for anyone seeking motivation in their lives.