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Mentor Me GA=T+E—A Formula to Fulfill Your Greatest Achievement by Ken Poirot is designed to work as a document that is essential living. A book that will help you decide on and attain your greatest dream while being something you can turn to more than just once when reading. The most common dream that people have is a truly happy life and sometimes to get that dream we know we need a little bit of help.
I went into this book not knowing much about Ken Poirot, the author. I wanted to have a fully open mind for this self help book and I am pleased that I read it. You can tell that Ken Poirot has experience in coaching and financial services expertise - all of that comes together in a book that really does help and offers some pointers. The way that it is written and laid out is easy to follow and understand, which personally I find is the only way I want to read a self help book. When I sit down to get some help on a topic, I want to be able to understand what I am reading without needing a translation. Mentor Me gives me all of that and more. Anyone out there who has goals and wants help in realizing them - and that is almost everyone - should think about reading this book. It makes things seem possible and not overwhelming and will help give you a focus point.