Book Review of 101 Secrets For Your Twenties

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Ever wonder what is the heck you doing? Asking yourself, ‘what do I do I now? Or that daunting question, what is my life’s purpose? Well then you need to read, 101 Secrets for Your Twenties. I loved so many of the secrets that I just HAD to share with you! So here it is, my book review of 101 Secrets For You Twenties.

My Review for 101 Secrets For Your Twenties

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I gave this book a 4 out of 5 because it was full of humor, wisdom, and some hard truths. These 101 Secrets were collected by Angone from his own experience, business leaders, successful and not so successful 20-something year olds, and even the elderly.

With most of the secrets that were shared, they have an explanation or a story behind them. Some of them were breathtaking, and made you want to sit back and find a way to apply it. Other secrets were mistakes that the individual made, and wish they knew then what they know now. There were secrets that gave advice to keep you motivated, and secrets to help you get through a break up.

My Favorite Secrets

Below, I have listed some of my favorite secrets in the book. I put an asterisk * by the ones that I LOVED or inspired me in some way.

#2 | “The possibility for greatness and embarrassment both exist in the same space. If you’re not willing to be embarrassed, you’re probably not will to be great.”

#3 | “Making and keeping friends in your 20s is harder than G.I. Joe’s Abs.”

#4 | *”Your 20s are about having the courage to write a frightful first draft”*

#6 | *”Life will never feel like it’s supposed to.”*

#23 | *”Build the brand that is YOU.”*

#25 | “Your 20s will produce more failure than you’ll choose to remember. The key is, when you fail don’t begin calling yourself a failure.”

#29 | *”Do not confuse setback for settling.”*

#68 | “Frustration can be the best guide to leading you where you need to go.”

#72 |*”The most dangerous phrase you can say in your 20 is ‘if only…’.”*

#76 | “Nobody knows what they’re doing.”

#99 | “Success in your 20s is more about setting the table than enjoy the feast.”

AND you’ll just have to see what #101 is yourself!

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Have you read this book? What were some of your favorite secrets?
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