Three Things Matter Most

Linking Time, Relationships, and Money

Non-Fiction - Self Help
242 Pages
Reviewed on 01/29/2022
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Author Biography

Brett Atlas is a licensed attorney who has owned businesses in several different industries, including construction, distribution, finance, technology, and real estate. He is a senior writer for the popular whiskey blog Bourbon & Banter; his articles have also appeared in several whiskey-related publications. In his work with the Bourbon Crusaders, a philanthropic-minded group of whiskey enthusiasts, he has helped raise millions of dollars for various charitable organizations. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska, with his wife and three children.

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Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite

Our world is filled with several distracting and attractive elements. The emergence of social media and the internet—which facilitates constant connection to the world—makes it harder to stay focused on a goal or even to choose the right ones in order to achieve a meaningful life. According to Brett Atlas, the most important things in life are time, relationships, and money. His book, Three Things Matter Most, provides a detailed guide that explains why this is so and how to prioritize these three most important aspects of life while surrounded by increasing distractions. Three Things Matter Most provides readers with different valuable life lessons that shed light on how to get your priorities right, the importance of saying no, how to meet people confidently, having the right attitude about money, and many more key insights.

As an avid reader of self-help books and a lover of philosophy and mindfulness, I completely agree with Brett Atlas' stance on the most important things in life, which is neatly laid out in this book. With insights from psychologists, ancient philosophers, and the author's personal experiences, Three Things Matter Most reveals the steps to take and the mindset to cultivate to achieve a life that is free from unnecessary baggage and time traps. Prepare for an enthralling, memorable read because the book contains several interesting stories and folklores. The action exercises and questions are structured to personalize the lessons and fast-track readers toward actual positive change. I can't emphasize this enough: Three Things Matter Most is perfect for readers who wish to find a meaning to life or wish to manage their time, money, and relationships better.