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Reviewed by Michael Alexander Beas for Readers' Favorite
The Success Initiative (Project: Limitless, Volume 1): The Start Guide to Unleashing Your Potential, Crumbling the Boundaries Around You, and Achieving Revolutionary Success! by author R.J. Tolson is a quick read. I felt the book was well-written in an inspiring manner that will benefit all. From start to finish, this book had me contemplating the essence of life and my purpose in the world. In many ways, I was captivated by the thoughts of defining who I really am as an individual and what I will do going forward to make a difference in the world. The fact that R.J. Tolson is only in his early twenties makes this book all the more special as a brilliant young mind can provide the tools that will ultimately help you succeed.
Some of the tools that author R.J. Tolson provides in Project Limitless Volume 1 include proper planning and innovating through new processes that can better streamline your business. If you are able to plan and implement the right goals, then you will not only be able to make money, but you will also become successful in all you chose to accomplish in life. The main factor that I took away from this book is that dreams are achievable. It does not matter how much money you have or what stage of your life you are at, the fact of the matter is that success begins with you. With that said, I felt the book was a bit short. I would have liked to see a little more depth in certain sections. However, I did feel that the topics discussed, especially those surrounding global competition, were profound in nature. I will certainly be on the lookout for the next volume in the series from R.J. Tolson.