It was okay

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As far as books of this sort goes "Learn, Improve, Master" by Nick Velasquez is okay. It's not the best of it's kind but neither is it the worst. There are interesting insights Velasquez has to share through tidbits and stories.
Some of the the things mentioned are easy to put into play and practice and others take more time and effort.
I will say though the book is relatively easy to digest and comprehend. It's easy to follow along with and either annotate, write in the text, or take notes on other papers. I would be willing to recommend it to people who are intrigued by the topic.
As mentioned it's not the most insightful self help book I've ever looked at but it's also far from the worst. There are things I found to be interesting and valuable from the text.
It's worth taking a look at especially if you are willing to put in the work needed to make changes in your life.