The Art of Fully Living review: While money is an essential resource, it’s our skills, health, knowledge, attitude, and relationships that are our real capital
About the book: The Art of Fully Living, is a book about an ordinary man setting 100 extraordinary goals and achieving it in 10 years. How the process helped him in achieving success in life. It is a 264 pages of self-realisation journey.
Author: Tal Gur
Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings
Pages: 264 (Kindle edition)
Price: Rs. 406/- Buy now
Goosebumps review: A different approach towards self-help. Tal Gur’s adventure explains goal setting and achieving it through step by step instruction and real life experiences. Few might find the adventures unrealistic, but a go for book for the self-help book lovers. Goosebumps, adventure lovers might get for sure.
Rating: (3.8 / 5)
The Art of Fully Living review:
Life is an adventure, but it stays as an adventure on paper. Very few takes this adventure seriously and lives it to the fullest. Tal Gur is among those few. He has travelled the world in 10 years. He has lived the life that only few dare to live. The Art of Fully Living is his journey around the world in 10 years which he achieved through 100 goals.
There are many self-esteem books out there, which explains goal setting and how to achieve them. But most of them fail to give life examples or step by step instructions on how to achieve them. The Art of Fully Living is quite different, Tal Gur explains goal setting and achieving them through his life adventures. Most of them are explained step by step which is the highlight of the book.
From goal setting to achieving them, from facing the fear to sticking to the goal Tal Gur explains things with practical examples. Though Tal Gur’s adventures sound alien to an ordinary man, the way he plans and achieves it makes us realise how one can make impossible possible.
I personally enjoyed every bit of adventure he has taken. His persistence and never give up approach are the lessons everyone should take from the book. One of the highly recommended books among self-help books of recent times.
Apart from all the positivity the books offers, few might find the book a little self-boosting or unrealistic. A go for book for self-help book lovers and adventure lovers.
- A different approach towards self-help
- Realistic approach
- Simple language
Not so impressed:
- A little unrealistic
- Few might feel the adventures a self-boosting one