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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Rule #1 Don’t Be #2: You Get What You Work For Not What You Wish For by Daniel Milstein is an uplifting and motivating book for all those readers who want to identify and address whatever is blocking their success, and work toward igniting their goals and achieving their dreams. The life changing lessons, catchy quotes, and real stories shared in the book are useful to help one become wildly successful and readers will be able to draw strength from the author’s examples and philosophy of life. The lessons in the book are for everyone and will help readers understand that they need to work hard to discover their true potential, become successful, and get what they want.
The topic is relevant, the concept is simple and can be incorporated into daily lives without much difficulty. Everyone wants to become successful in life and the author handles the topic with expertise. The tips and suggestions are direct and straightforward and the author also speaks about the frustrating moments when things do not work out the way they should. Reading this book will help readers stop dreading failure. It is a good read as it will motivate and encourage readers to change the way they think and give them the confidence to work toward their goals. I like the way the importance of being persistent is highlighted when it comes to achieving dreams. The author’s personal story, his achievements, his determination, and positive outlook are useful for readers to pursue success relentlessly and the author makes achieving success look easy and attainable.