Title: Make Your Own Luck
Authors: Bob Miglani, Rehan Yar Khan
Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
My Rating: 4.5/5 stars
*NOTE: I am extremely grateful to Fingerprint! Publishing for sending me this book. However, this does not at all hinder my honest opinions regarding the book. This is a spoiler-free review. All opinions are solely mine.
Reading the book ‘Make Your Own Luck’ by Bob Miglani and Rehan Yar Khan was a very positive and encouraging experience for me. The book is full of great advice and ideas to boost curiosity. Both the writers have talked about their close experiences with failure and success instead of focusing on only success.
The book aims to give a value-based insight into the start-up world. It does not list a set of to-dos to become successful but provides a kind of holistic perspective towards how success can be achieved. The authors have recounted their own experiences and learnings to do the same.
As I mentioned before, the book is filled with good advice but one that struck a chord with me like no other is this: ask yourself what problem you can solve and try to help those who have that problem. Like this, there are many other words of wisdom that are not at all complex to understand but definitely life-changing.
I love the language-usage because it aims to clearly bring forth the points through narratives. I did find minor grammatical errors, even though just a few times. In the beginning, I found it a bit confusing to know whose narrative I was reading but it became easier to understand once I crossed around 30 pages.
Who Do I Recommed This Book To?
All in all, I recommend this book to literally everyone. Even if you are not an aspiring business-person, you will enjoy reading it because it projects certain positive thoughts that are truly treats to read. This book helps in understanding why it is important to rely on our capabilities and our ability to control.
“If we want to be successful, our view of luck must change.”~ From the book ‘Make Your Own Luck’ by Bob Miglani and Rehan Yar Khan
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