I wish I had read this book in my twenties...actually, a couple of years before I turned 20!
I feel like I'm on a good track based on what I read in this book, but I also picked up on some great points when dealing with the mind shift that's required from being a child / student, to being an adult. Nobody is going to tell you that your adult life has officially started, and there isn't any structure or plan waiting out there for you. Highly recommended read as an opportunity to thoughtfully consider how you spend the rest of your years, when you're in a position to actually change the course of them!
This book was very beneficial for me at the time in my life where I am about to transition from college to the working world. Through her client's stories, I was able to find relatable points that coincided with my life and how I can steer myself in a successful direction. By simply taking time to plan my future and take steps towards leading a happy life.
I loved this! I think any twenty-something who reads this can get something out of it, if only to help reaffirm their life choices so far.
This was a very timely read for me, as I just finished my degree. Right now, I'm in the "what's next?" phase of my 20's. Thanks to Jay's anecdotes, facts, and narrative I am able to prioritize major life events and put my dreams into action plans. This book has given me the motivation and inspiration for a life well lived.
Tell me something I don't know. Work hard, set goals, and don't take life for granted is the underlying message in this book. And oh yeah, ladies, you gotta have a baby NOW.
Great book about what you should be doing in your 20's. A very interesting read.
jkrambeck thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 18 and 32
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