Official Review: A Roadmap To Career Success

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Re: Official Review: A Roadmap To Career Success

Post by Amaraah »

This is something I would really love to read, how to attain success?
Thanks for the review, it's seems to be educative and interesting

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This is one of its kind review that I went through recently. Your sparse use of humour caught my attention and the way you have summarised the book is great. Indeed John's approach towards college hunting and job hunting seems well grounded in research and logical too. I am definitely reading this book.

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Post by Joseph_ngaruiya »

Career choices are crucial in the path to success. This book can be very helpful. Thank you for your review.
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Post by Khushi0626 »

Wow, I am going to be a college student soon so this book couldn’t have come at a better time. I like how the book is short and speaks about the skills you can acquire and their advantages. I will definitely read the book. Thank you for the review!

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Post by Star_and_Buck »

I think I should check this one out because I will be admitting into the college this year.
Seems a great book.. Nice review.

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Post by Ekta Kumari »

This could be quite a useful read for college going kids or those in high schools for constructive career advice and determining the right path. It's good that the author offers practical step-by-step instructions. Thank you for the detailed review.
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Post by Aishwarya Chhabra »

In this quarantined time where students are too free, rather should spend their time on SUCH FANTASTIC book.Its a great help for beginners and really short and easy to comprehend. Really reccomendable

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Post by LilWhis513 »

Thank you for the awesome and thorough review!! 👏🏻 I very much appreciate it & you did a great job covering the book, and make a very good book reviewer!! 🤩
This sounds like an amazing book perfect for high school students!! Most definitely when they're junior & seniors in highschool, but you could also very well introduce this book to younger freshmen & sophomore year students! Parents & grandparents should gift this to their teenager at the time they feel appropriate & fitting for their child. I think all schools should offer copies in their school library to rent out to students. Also, counselors & teachers should recommend this book to their classroom kids & parents.
The book is filled with valuable information & so much a teen needs to learn before college!

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Post by Lovejoypeace »

Thank you for the review, I enjoyed reading it. I find this book very interesting, and I wish I read it before I went away to college.

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Post by evraealtana »

The suggestions the author makes, while objectively the correct path to take for future success, seem like they might be overwhelming for a high school student who is genuinely confused and probably a little bit anxious about the future. I am not the target audience for this one, so I don't know that I would get the full value out of it, but I can definitely see how a reader who fit the target demographic would need some courage to make full use of this book. Thank you for your review, and congratulations on Book of the Day!

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Post by Sydney Nyamasoka »

Excellent review, thank you. I am adding this to my,"to-read list". The advice is vital. I also appreciate its conciseness.
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Post by Nath_chuks »

This sounds like a great book equipped with tools to encourage young adults on career choice. I think young person's will find this book helpful. Congrats on Botd.

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Post by Muchenje1924 »

It sound like a great book and very informative, will definitely recommend it

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