Review of Passion Power

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Review of Passion Power

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[Following is an official review of "Passion Power" by Andy Craig.]
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4 out of 5 stars
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"A wise man falls seven times and rises again.” A passage from the Bible, Proverbs 24:16, is quoted in this book. The aforementioned quote encapsulates the process and struggle required to achieve great success in any domain across all walks of life. It is also a crucial part of the core message of this book. And what is the core message of this book, you ask? Well, it is quite simple: what it takes to achieve success and how. Over the course of eight chapters, the author outlines several principles, backed by the experiences that fostered the discovery of those principles needed for success in life.

The book is brief and gets to the point. Some might find it a tad too short, but I found it pleasant. The author had a couple of things to say, and he said them, unburdened by the necessity to pad it out to meet a page count. The author focuses on the factors that help people achieve success and the factors that prevent it. He outlines three keys that prevent people from achieving their goals and dedicates chapters to addressing how they could be overcome.

"Passion Power" doesn’t quite reach the standards set by intellectual heavyweights like Gad Saad and Jordan Peterson; it doesn’t have the same level of depth and novelty that their respective books offer. However, I enjoyed the stories the author relayed at several points during the book and the lessons he gained from them. The ideas shared were interesting and would be useful to anyone who decided to implement them.

I rate “Passion Power” by Andy Craig four out of five stars, one star short because it doesn’t quite have a high level of depth and novelty, but it is an easy recommendation to anyone interested. I didn’t spot any errors, which only shows the efforts of the editing team's flawless editing.

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Post by Kirui Collins »

We can fall but we determination, we can again rise. Thanks for the review.
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