REVIEW: Everything Counts


Title: Everything Counts
Author: Gary Ryan Blair
Finished: June 23, 2010
Pages: 268
Published: 2010
Format: First Edition

Everything Counts is an amazing book that details out 52 ways to inspire excellence and drive results. Each chapter is specific to a new way that you can improve in three different areas of your life: work, personal, overall.

There are so many amazing things about this book, and so many good points and quotes, it’s hard to pick out any favorites. I felt more drawn to the personal portion of the book and how I can better myself outside of the work zone. Sometimes I find I am more highly focused at work and less at home, which is where this book helps to motivate and inspire you to change habits, become more productive and live a happier life.

This is a great book not to just read on a personal level, but to also share with co-workers and family. Everyone can benefit in some way from the lessons, personal stories, and calls to action, to make everything in their life count.

We read this book for our work book club and it was perfect in all ways. Everyone benefited from Blair’s short and quick chapters. They are direct, to the point, and relate to a current event/business/person that has achieved such successes and made it count.

*challenges: countdown challenge, monthly mixer mele, 1010 category challenge, new author challenge, ryob challenge, 100+ challenge, 2010 pub challenge, june 12×12 reading challenge
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