Are you a hero? I am.

standard August 27, 2009 1 response

Once in a while you come across a book that resonates deeply, a book that stays with you long after you close the cover, a book that changes you.

Be the Hero is one such book.

It’s short. It’s concise. And it imparts crucial lessons that will change how you see your life. It’s sort of Pollyanna meets Who Moved My Cheese, but better.

Now, to be fair, Noah Blumenthal didn’t reinvent the wheel. As my husband pointed out, the concepts are pure Buddhist theories, they’re just packaged in a way that makes them accessible to all. Last night he read the book in three hours and woke up this morning with a completely changed attitude towards life.

I know. It sounds hoaky. No book can change your life. And I’m not saying this one will. I’m just saying it’s going to change the way you look at your life and it might just give you the boost you need to change it yourself.

I read a lot of books. In fact, I just put in a handy little thing in the sidebar that tells you what I’m currently reading. Keep an eye on it and you’ll see that I’m a voracious reader. I’m not going to gush about each and every one of them. I have no interest in turning this blog into a book blog.

But when I read books like these I can’t wait to share them. It’s all the stuff I say all the time, written down, making it look more real, more sound. It’s simple, good advice. Easy lessons to live by and I guarantee you won’t regret reading it.

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