10 Stacks doesn’t stack up. 2/8/2015 My Review

10 Stacks To Success: How to Achieve Success One Goal at a Time by Jerome Jay Isip

I was intrigued by the title and Mission of this book. I had hoped it would enlighten me on the mindset of the Millennia’s and what motivates them. If you’re going to be in the retail market you need to understand your buyers. After I acquired it I couldn’t decide what market he was writing for. 10 stacks #1

The mission statement was intriguing, but the language was unnecessary. He indentified 10 steps (what he called stacks) to having a beautiful life. I was curious how they might differ from mine and other generations.

It was a disappointment, to say the least. He may be speaking to a target market of younger, less educated and lost souls, but it certainly wasn’t a generation I know. It might get read at a public library, but the language would probably keep it from being offered. 10 stacks # 2

And for me, he lost me at stack 4 (Dream a Little Dream). His primary question was “What do you want from this world? I don’t want anything from this world – it should be what can I give to this world this week? How can I make a difference?10 stacks #3

His opening quote should have made it clear where he was going and the attitude of the writing. Hopefully, for his sake, his target market can relate to him. I could not.

Save your money and time for a book that is more worthy than this one.

Until next time – – –

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