Author: Tal Gur
I was offered a copy of this book to read while I was in the midst of ahuge challenge to read some of my own books, and reading my last review which was beyond a crazy read. But, I couldn't say no for two reasons. First I am a crazy book person who loves to have my next read sitting beside my bed ready to be opened! Second...
'1 man, 10 years, 100 life goals'
Particularly the 100 life goals, how many people have 100 of the things? And to only have 10 years to achieve them. Now that is a mission in itself. So I had to read what went on in this mans mind.
I enjoyed every page. There were so many principles in this book which I live by, that I enjoyed reading about his tactics, adventures, mistakes (if you could call them that) and pickups. I loved his beginnings and know he isn't finished even as I close the final page. I can't say I live by every principle, because I don't, but I can say that many of the things he touches on are very good and worth reading about.
Some will read this book as a self help book; some will read as an adventure; some will read and take on their own journey; and some will put the book down half way through and carry on with their lives unchanged. I like this about the concept of 'fully living' because we all have our own 'FULL'
What is your 'FULL'?
I for one, like to achieve things. I set the most stupid goals, but look back and think I have done so many little things with my life... so far... still more stupid ideas to come for me yet. What are your latest goals? Do you have 100? I don't, but I keep finding just one more. If you want to read about one mans journey, over 10 years, through his first 100, then this is the book to pick up. I am sure this is just the start of his life goals. I am interested to see where the next 10 years takes him.