Book review #7 for 2019. The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino

I’m going to do a really short review of each book that I read this year. I hope it’s useful in even the smallest way.

I read this book in one sitting (it’s pretty short) and then started again and read it a second time right away.

This is the kind of book that I will read frequently, probably for the rest of my life — it’s that powerful and practical.

While the theme is sales and becoming the best at sales that you possibly can, actually it is a book on life and the disciplined dedication to continuous improvement which is a subject that is very close to me.

The book is written in a very narrative style that makes it very engaging and easy to read and reminds me a lot of how the Alchemist was written, which is probably my favourite book of all time.

This is less a ‘book’ as it is a creed of sorts and I have already begun practising the lessons in my daily life.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough — I am only a little bleak that I took this long to find it.

Thanks for reading, I’ll be back soon for my next book review.