Intentionally Becoming Different by Alexander Trost (Book Review #758)


Intentionally becoming different is a self-help book written, enabling the reader to find ways to control your fate purposefully. The book guides you with clarity assisting the reader to become better and different, achieving a fulfilled life.

The goal is to triumph your peak performance, and to do that; Alexander begins his book with a series of questions. He then discusses ‘Logos’ and how our thoughts guide us, impacting us and eventually mould us into who we become. He believes that there is a sequence, and when we believe and think, we behave and become. The “3’B’s” are prominently his focus, and I found this to be very interesting.

“Belief ——> Behave —-> Become” Alexander Trost

The literature is written well and is easy to understand. The chapters are organized, beginning with inspirational quotes. Everything about the book is focused and aspiring.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

There are times in life when no matter how hard we try, the outcome is still not satisfying. Failure becomes all too familiar, and we end up on a slippery slope downhill. If you are that person, then this book will help you choose a different way of becoming who you indeed are.

I recommend this book to people who want to live a life with more considerable deliberation and wish to follow a carefully crafted model of how to make a change and become who they want to be.

Written by Jeyran Main

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