Book Review of Change Me By Jasmin Waldmann
Book Review of Change Me By Jasmin Waldmann: Redefining The Concept Of Transforming The Body And The Mind
Most self-help books tend to be dull and uninteresting as they provide instructions in the form of a monologue which the readers find difficult to relate to.
However, Jasmin Waldmann’s self-help book Change Me, which educates readers about transforming the body and mind, does not adhere to this traditional format. The author, who is a professional life coach, presents the concept of changing oneself from a unique perspective.
Premise –Change Me
Amit Malhotra is a 35-year-old investment banker who loves good food and happy and comfortable life and hates going to a gym or anything to do with fitness. That is until two incidents force him to take a deeper look at his lifestyle. The first happens when he comes across a beautiful young woman who inadvertently calls him uncle. The second happens soon after when his close friend and colleague suffer a fatal heart attack during a conference. This leads him on a journey of self-realization and transformation to improve his life. Unlike other self-help books, Change Me presents the inspiring journey of a common man to attain the objective of holistic fitness with the help and guidance of a life coach.
Who Should Read It – Change Me
The book is a must-read for people who are struggling to turn their life over and ensure a healthy and fulfilling future. It inspires people to overcome the urge to achieve success at all costs and start living their life. The book is also recommended for people who do not like change as it helps them understand why they need to change and how it will benefit all aspects of their life. Overall it is a good book for anyone keen on gaining a different perspective on life in general.
Writing Style – Change Me
The author has used the format of a story to write this self-help book which makes it quite engaging and motivating. She helps the readers gain a different perspective on almost everything related to transforming their bodies and minds. Most importantly, she does so without being preachy and addresses the issue in an interesting and easy-to-understand way.
The cover page design is simple and features the title of the book along with the silhouette of a man on a plain white background.
Final Verdict: Change Me
This is a good book for readers who want to change their life for the better and need some guidance for the same and I give it a rating of 4.5/5.
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