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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 X 0.38 (inches)|
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Dont snooze through your 20s.
Most of us have an internal alarm clock that goes off when were about to make a bad decision. Yet some of us spend our 20s hitting the snooze button.
Steve Farrar urges you to wake up so you dont ruin your life by 30.
Although the book title and chapter titles are ironic and humorous, the wisdom contained in this book is not to be taken lightly. Steve invites you to take seriously the choices you make in your 20s and learn from the mistakes of others rather than making your own. Steve also helps you recover from poor choices made in the past and make better ones in the future.
So if you really want to ruin your life by 30, dont read this book. Just keep hitting that snooze button.
[Most of the text in his book originally appeared in How to Ruin Your Life by 40, copyright 2006 by Steve Farrar.]
"If you've screwed up in one or more areas of your life (and let's face it, guys, who hasn't?), or you want to try to avoid making the big life-shattering mistakes, then How to Ruin Your Life by 30 is the book for you - whether you're 13, 30, 47 (that's me!), or any age. Word of advice, friends: If you see Steve Farrar's name on the cover, as they say in Britain, it's a "dead cert" you want to read it - and pass it on to a son, grandson, nephew, or any young man whose life is important to you." Reviewed by Bruce Armstrong, Net Galley April 6, 2012
"How To Ruin Your Life by 30: Nine Surprisingly Everyday Mistakes You Might Be Making Right Now by Steve Farrar is a great gift for high school and college graduates. It gives advice about life and common sense issues since everyone isn't born with common sense. The main lesson that I learned from this book is that the decisions and choices that you make now affect your life later on. This was a short, quick read brimming with wisdom and an encouraging message." Reviewed by T Simmons, Net Galley April 13, 2014
"I enjoyed the book and I wish that I had had it when I was in my early 20's. Luckily I didn't ruin my life with too many bad choices." Reviewed by Breanna Parker, Net Galley April 15, 2012