The ‘Get the Life you Want’ book review

October 19, 2011

This is my review of the book Get The Life You Want (GTLYW) by Noel Walker:

Get the Life you Want by Noel Walker is a journey which will change your mindset and outlook on life.  I set out to learn and absorb the key messages, but I wasn’t prepared for the amount of messages and concepts that are packed into this almost 300 page book. 

I have already implemented into my life, some of the changes suggested and in such a short space of time I am feeling more hopeful and excited about my future and now have techniques to overcome all sorts of issues such as stumbling blocks, decision making, worry, guilt and most importantly how to be happy forever.

When coming across a stumbling block, I have started asking myself “what have I got to learn from this situation?”.  It’s amazing how it works and I’ve even tried teaching my children this too i.e. suggesting that they don’t cry if they can’t do something, but to instead try and work it out.  Also career and other opportunities that have recently come my way I possibly would have shied away from, had I not been armed with the knowledge in this book. 

Get the Life you Want is best read from start to finish as it builds upon your knowledge chapter by chapter.  Remember to take note of any important repetition as this is key to what you will take away from this book.  Don’t worry that you may have already heard some of the advice given, but instead learn from it as it’s all part of the bigger picture which will be revealed to you step by step as you work through the book.

Overall, an excellent read which I thoroughly recommend.  It’s definitely a book that I will remember and refer to for many years to come.

My life is now taking off…   next instalment tomorrow - until then hope you are having a great day too!


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