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Review of “Wisdom Of The Men”

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[Following is an official review of "“Wisdom Of The Men”" by Clint Arthur.]
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3 out of 4 stars
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Embarking on the journey of success, taking bold steps, and humbling yourself are the necessary ingredients for success in your career. The author, Clint Arthur, wrote Wisdom Of The Men: How I Went From Taxi Driver To Working With Global Superstars & 5 U.S. Presidents - Revealing All My Secrets So You Can Do It Too. He expressly tells the story of his career and his experiences as an entrepreneur. Wisdom Of The Men: How I Went From Taxi Driver To Working With Global Superstars & 5 U.S. Presidents - Revealing All My Secrets So You Can Do It Too is a non-fiction book that delightfully blends the author's personal stories with other successful personalities. Clint discussed his encounter with great celebrities, his meetings with them, and how he used such opportunities to grow in his career.

This book has a lot of motivational and inspiring stories. It shows the inner drive for success in a man. A different writing style characterizes this book, as the author is frank about his story, from when he was a weekend taxi driver to how he started his butter business. He talked about his love life with Sara, as he discussed how she drove him from her apartment after the birth of their daughter. This part was my favorite, even though it may have sad scenes.

I found this book very inspiring to read, as I learned a great lesson from it. The pictures in the book gave more glamour to it, as the author took personal pictures with almost all the celebrities he met. I particularly loved his meeting with Oprah Winfrey. This made the book more interesting to read.

I love how Clint Arthur acknowledges each opportunity he gets to meet a great personality. This shows the author's in-depth desire to make this book a perfect read. Furthermore, this book paved a path and served as a guide to living a successful career. I like the way each chapter was arranged and titled. Clint perfectly titled the chapters of the book according to the celebrities he met.

Overall, I will rate this book 3 out of 4 stars due to the number of grammatical errors I found throughout the text. I feel this book was not professionally edited. The mistakes, however, did not disrupt my comprehension.

I will gladly recommend this book to those who are goal-oriented and entrepreneurs. Also, it will suit those in the entertainment industry and anyone who seeks to walk through the path of greatness.

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Post by Niens Now »

Arthur's insights sound worthy of a read. I am curious about his perspective on the celebrities that he met. Thank you for a great review.
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Post by vickie205 »

I love his sense of acknowledgments to those he had met on the road to success.
Great work.
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Post by Jedidiah39 »

A must read for those who are goal-oriented and entrepreneurs out there. Great job!
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Post by AfraBrb »

i don't like the title of the book it is such a stereo type, I would prefer if he made it more personal to him, but his journey is inspiring
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Post by helloworld123 »

This book sounds very interesting. Might check it out.
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Post by Edit_or »

The review makes the book sound so interesting to read. Guess I’ll give it a shot. Good review
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