The Success Principles is a proven blueprint of 64 timeless principles and successful stories of numerous people collated into one book that will increase confidence, setting goals, and dealing with daily challenges to get from where you are to where you want to be.
Partial Rating: 5/5 (Click for rating system)
I’ve read countless chunks of self help and inspirational articles and tried countless chunks of activities in hopes of being at least a little happy and a little more fulfilled than before. But normally, I end up giving up halfway and even unsubscribing to their email list. This is the first time I read an actual book in the topic.
Partial Review (will be updated as I read by)
I started reading through the book and decided to jot down notes hoping to have a quick summary I can refer to since the book is pretty big. Around page 15 was when I tweeted “Reading Jack Canfield’s The Success Principles and I really think it’s worth the 1.5 inch by 10.5 inch book it is.”
I normally have high expectations on anything, but this book is able to balance out my expectations by giving me information that I never expected would actually help me determine what I want to do, clarify my visions, set my goals, manage them, and direct me to what I need to achieve them.
Normally, whenever I read a book, I simply just read the book in hopes to getting closer to the ending as fast as I can. But this time, The Success Principles makes me read, absorb and assess myself. Sure, it has some redundant and wordy parts, but I see it as aiming to emphasize some points.
I love how he gives real life examples of success stories that aim to prove that each of the principle he mentions has a weigh on its result. Each point he mentions supports your own personal plans and makes you think and answer the question he asks for each one.
You can see my progress and create your own through visiting The Success Project (TSP).