How the Secret Changed my life – Goosebumps review
Author: Rhonda Byrne
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Hardcover: 272 Pages
Published on: October 4, 2016
Rating: Should give a try
The new entrant in The Secret Franchise has hit the stores on October 4, 2016. The book is the collection of success stories by different people after implementing the ideas given in The Secret book series.
To start with this book doesn’t add anything new to the series. On the other hand it boosts our confidence by narrating the real life stories of people who reached heights by implanting the principals of The Secret. The stories are narrated well. The way people rise up after hitting bottom in their life has been portrayed well. This book will boost your confidence for sure.
The core of the book is ‘Change’. Author Rhonda has asked people to change themselves if they need a change in their life. She states that in the very first page of the book.
“I want you to know how easily you can change your life, and it’s not by running around trying to force it into the shape you want. You change your life in the only way you can ever change it: change your mind, and then your life will change.”
She also asks people to move away from negative emotions which are the killing factor of our dreams and happiness. The book travels through different perspectives of life. Each story tells you the pathway that leads to success in every area of life: money, health, relationships, love, family and career.
IF you have read the previous books in the series it is a must read for you. This book tells you the difference between reading an idea and implementing it in life. Once you understand the principals explained your life will CHANGE for sure.
The book has many positive aspects but at times one might feel few stories are similar or repeated and some might feel it’s completely a different world story.
Goosebumps review: The book has many Goosebumps moment. The places where people’s life changes will make you feel good.
Like review: Travelling in an old road with new bike and new people.
P.S: This review is completely my opinion about the book. It is not meant to hurt the feelings of anyone. Do share your suggestions to improve myself.