This review was kindly requested by Michael Atkins.
Every now and again in life, you need something influential to pick you up and to tell you that everything is going to be okay. At times, things do work against you and no matter how much you try; it feels as if every door does get slammed in your face. Blind to Succeed is in my opinion, just the right book to read at such a time.
From the beginning of the book, the author describes scenarios of which are generic and relatable to most people in the modern day we live in. It discusses fundamental objections one faces in life in achieving their goal. The author informs the reader of many quotes that can assist and inspire the human mind in understanding how it works and how to overcome barriers that could be considered as trapped walls.
Another thing that I noticed was that the author offers a personal touch to the book by adding and discussing his own experience in, for example, writing. I found the literary standard to be outstanding. I barely noticed any editing or structural issues within the content and appreciated the well-divided chapters. Each one discussed a different subject matter, which collectively, in the end, produced everything you need to recognize in order to succeed in life.
In summary, I believe that this book is suitable for the young minded and for anyone that is able to welcome new ways in bettering themselves and their lives.