Book Review: Blind to Succeed

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Blind to Succeed by Michael Atkins is a book examining what it takes to achieve personal success.

It falls under the “self-help” genre. The book is divided into 30 short, succinct, and crisp chapter The book talks about how to overcome your fears, how to change your perspective, how to win your inner game etc. Pretty much all the themes one can expect in a motivational book are explored in the book.

.Being an avid reader of self-help, I was excited to see what insights this book had to offer. It begins with a powerful statement which draws the reader straight in.

“If suddenly you were blind, would you be willing to push yourself to your limits in order to gain your sight back? Would you do whatever it takes to restore your vision?”

Each chapter starts with a quote and then the author draws from the quote to talk about…

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