I have read 100’s of motivational books about, “What to do with your life?” , “How to find your dream career?”, “What’s the purpose of life? “ and what not all. But I happen to jumble upon this book “Milk the pigeon” by Alexander Heyne. Its available on Amazon. I am really excited to spill the beans about this great advisor by providing you the best book reviews of all time. Let’s get into it.
The Name of the book itself stands out. It’s stated to be taken from the previous blog that the author own’s. All the happenings are true to his knowledge. The opening of the books starts with Alexander who is a US citizen travels all the way to china in his mid-twenties to learn martial arts. He has the keen interest in natural medicine since his childhood years. This book acts as a guide to all the people who are confused in their late twenties to make the required changes that they feel is important to them. Alex repeatedly mentions about his struggle to find his passion. He changed almost 8-12+ jobs just in 3 years (Between the age of 21-25) but he never had any guide or layout on what to do with himself? He absolutely hated the 9-5 jobs and finally, after realizing a lot, he returned home to stay with his parents chucking the kung-fu. But that’s not it, the key to the story is where is narrates his story and show’s you the mistakes he made, the lessons that he learned sooner or later from those mistakes, how he converted those bad moves into building bricks to his successful in his late twenties. The book also includes relatable quotes between each chapter that keeps up the focus. The overview section has been laid out after every chapter.
Within 2 years, Alex is a self-made billionaire with his own mentorship classes and practices Chinese medicine. He is not only a motivator but he also wrote a book on – “How to lose weight the natural way” with an amazing response. With this book, he is also a leading author on Amazon in his niche category, all this was achieved using the same discipline and principles he mentioned inside the book.
The bottom line – Alex mentioned once that, “I wish someone else wrote this book and I bought it. I would have found my own passion and would be more successful in early years” so if you are confused as well then grab a copy as soon as possible. You don’t want to miss it.