Change Your Thinking, Change Your Destiny

Non-Fiction - Self Help
284 Pages
Reviewed on 08/06/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

‘Winners are NOT people built with superhuman strength. They are people just like us, who have figured out how to do the exact thing!’ Win: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Destiny by Stephen Baars is an engaging and insightful book that speaks about the topic of winning. This book makes tough goals look easy and gives techniques and tips to make this happen in everyone’s lives. Changing one's thinking patterns can open up all kinds of new opportunities and the book helps readers realize that instead of having discipline, they should set goals to conquer the challenges. The book delves deeply into the concept of winning and asks readers to choose realistic goals instead of lofty goals.

The topic is relevant. Everyone wants to win and the author’s approach is interesting, easy, and simple to practice. The quotes from the Psalms and scriptures, and other famous personalities from different walks of life, give readers encouragement and motivation to take advantage of the opportunities that come their way and turn these into success by using the right concepts. It is a good book that will give readers goals and targets, and will help them contemplate and reflect on moments in life to discover the winner in themselves. The author gives examples which make it easier for readers to relate to his words, and offers good encouragement for them to reach their potential without losing their focus. Everyone has goals and this book is about finding goals, changing, and creating greater efficiencies.