Review of Breaking the Mold

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Post by Hani Ahmed 4 »

I’ve never read a self help book but I like anecdotal types of life lessons. It shows a great sense of self awareness and vulnerability. It’s not easy sharing with personal stories with strangers. But he welcomes that to help people. That’s really cool.
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Post by 20123334BF »

A self-help book! I would love to read it so as to keep learning and developing. Nice review.
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Post by Mahmoud Aldeisi »

I just started to read Self-help books, i finde this book could very successful when its published.
Just to read the review, made me motivited!
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Post by fire_spice »

This book is gold. It has a wealth of knowledge about navigating business and ensuring success in undertakings. I would love to read it. The author also sounds very inspiring. There is always a lot we can learn from the examples of others.
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Post by Seybi »

I love the way one is going to learn a thing or two about a book. Based on your review, readers are going to learn more than two things about themselves and business, and that's great. Thanks for your review!
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Post by kajal31 »

I really like self-help books, and this one sounds interesting as well. I am constantly thinking about what else I can do better. That is why I read self-help books so much. It gives me motivation to move ahead and gives strength when I fail in certain situations. Thank you for your review. I will read this book in the future.
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Post by kevin richdad »

I have read so many self-help books but I find this one unique and interesting. Looking forward to reading this kind
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Post by Raphael Mailumo »

This book is very enlightening,I especially like how it takes us back to videla's childhood and also teaches us lessons,I got that success comes with discipline
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Post by Devra Ignacio »

You will learn a lot,the hardship he takes,being a seller to a own a multi corporation thats a big inspiring that even how hard the life is theres someone willing to share the good things that happens to their life...this book you will learn a can inspire on this book
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Post by Favour Ojonugwa »

I've read a lot of self-help books, but based on the review, I think this one is special and intriguing. Interested in reading this one.
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Post by Agbata precious »

I really dont like self-help book but ur review was amazing and the book cover drew my attention and I will give it a try. keep it on a good job.
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Post by Ekeh Geoffrey Alungekane »

I really think self-help books are good as they help improve self-confidence and resilience.
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Post by Shifah HN »

I usually don't read self-help books. But after reading you review, this book is a must read for me. Great review.
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Post by Agaba Witness »

This book is good for someone who has doubt concerning achieving high in life. It must be so motivating and inspiring, giving survival knowledge in the twenty first century. Let me consider reading it.
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Post by LadyWhyte3 »

Most self-help books I read center on self-improvement. I haven't read any about business or the cooperative world. This book seems to offer some key insights into that. However, I don't feel I'm ready to read it just yet. I will do so at a later time.
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