Life Literacy


Non-Fiction - Self Help
160 Pages
Reviewed on 05/12/2022
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Reviewed by Sheena Monnin for Readers' Favorite

Life Literacy by Nelson Soh, Matt Young, and Stan Peake is an organized, valuable, and relatable guide to attaining a successful and meaningful life. Starting at the very beginning of one's journey by encouraging students to look within, the authors pave the way for the future success of the reader. Encouraging positive action such as assessing one’s values, strengths, and growth opportunities will lay the foundation for being an excellent working professional. The authors encourage the reader to recognize the moments in life that had the biggest impact on their worldview, bias, and fear. Knowing oneself is the best way to learn how to be a valuable asset to any company. Practical advice such as financial literacy, establishing a routine, and learning to manage the personal and social aspects of one’s life round out the many valuable nuggets of wisdom in the book.

Life Literacy by Nelson Soh, Matt Young, and Stan Peake tackle some of life’s biggest personal challenges, choices, and self-growth moments that readers will face as they move through their lives. Written with professionalism and with supporting metrics for their research, this book is a valuable resource to adults of all ages, no matter where they are in their professional and personal journey. The advice presented is brilliant and touches both the practical parts of entering the workplace as well as the psychological. This is the type of book that deserves to be reread every few years as a way to stay focused on the things in life that matter. The authors provide a clear, honest, and well-supported guide to attaining literacy in life.