The Book of Mistakes by @SkipPrichard: Book Review
“Those who aren’t making mistakes, aren’t making anything.”
We all make mistakes.
We say stupid things. We do things we shouldn’t do. And we even think things that aren’t right.
We can learn from our mistakes, or we can wallow in them.
Unless I am mistaken (I couldn’t help it), The Book of Mistakes – 9 Secrets to Creating a Successful Future by Skip Prichard releases tomorrow.
I had the privilege of reading the book ahead of release as part of the launch team for the book. I really liked the way Prichard weaves important life lessons we all need into the story of David, a young man struggling with contentment and passion for life.
This is a book that needs to be shared. In its pages, you’ll find common sense truths we all must learn and hear over and over again.
In The Book of Mistakes, you will be shown how to live a life that matters – a life that learns from mistakes, a life filled with hope, and a life that impacts others for generations.
Congrats, Skip Prichard, on your new book!
“Live a life that matters, a life of light and of love and of hope. Your choices can either become the wings of your success or the bars that imprison you in a life of mediocrity.”
What’s a recent mistake you made? What did you learn from your mistake? Share your thoughts in the comments.
(Note: I did receive an advance copy of The Book of Mistakes in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to endorse or recommend this book. If you are looking for a fun and educational read, I recommend this book. Also, there are affiliate links in this post. When you make a purchase as a result of these links, I receive a small affiliate commission. Thank you!)