70 Inspirational and Motivational Quotes (Review)

This may be the shortest book I ever review, but the old mantra of "great things come in small packages" applies here. 

We all understand how it is to have a stressful day after work, or simply be down on any given day. As grown adults, we all go through things that many of our loved ones do now see. Most of the time (speaking for myself personally) I really don’t like for anyone to see me down or stressed. I guess it comes from the mentality that I created in my mind as a teenager and let grow out of control. All I want is for everyone around me to be happy. Typically if I am down, then I know someone close to me is sad… so why not prevent that by any mean necessary right?

Wael El-Manzalawy is the author of this 15-page book 70 inspirational and Motivational Quotes (I told you it was short) filled with his own personal quotes and other notable individuals in history such as Don Ward, Jim Rohn, Christopher Morley, and Shakespeare. Born in 1973, Wael is an Egyptian writer and graduated from the English Department in the

Since this is a very quick read I definitely do not want to spoil the book for you at all, I will share one quote that stood out most to me.

“Find out what you really love to do, and then find a way to make a good living doing it.” – Napoleon Hill

That quote not only speaks to me directly on every level, but creative people like me who were (and still are) told that we need to get a “real job.” It’s funny how people who would rather tell others to get a job just to make a stable income, are the same people who (for the most part) hate their jobs. If I received $1 for every time I was told that I should just work a full-time job now and work on my businesses later, I wouldn’t need a full-time job, I would be right where I am, which is working for myself!

Overall, if you would like to have a quick motivational reading at your disposal on your phone or tablet, I highly suggest that you get this short book (which is free by the way)!