Book Review: Break Free by Don Soriano
Being financially stable is somewhat hard to achieve if we
think about it, but Don Soriano, the author of the financial literacy book Break Free, proves to us that it is not
and it is only a matter of discipline and change of perception.
I am personally not a reader of finance-related books. I like to read a lot but business and finance are the two topics that I do not enjoy the most and I find quite difficult to understand, but with Break Free, the reading experience is actually enjoyable. It is also true that this book takes just a short time to finish.
If I would be reviewing this in terms of grammar and structure, as a Journalism graduate, I can say that I am quite distracted with some of the grammar and sentence structure lapses but this is not much important now since the context of the content is very informative and reflects a lot of knowledge about being financially stable and literate, and more importantly, debt-free.
What attracted me most in this book is the first dimension of “breaking free” financially – the tip of not quitting your job… yet. This is something that rings a bell for me because I am currently having moments about thinking of giving up a job, even if it is not easy to do so. This book is actually a lifesaver because it has helped me to focus on my goals more.
Another thing that made me interested with this book is its purpose – to spread financial awareness in a way that the concept would be easier to grasp. Talking about money and numbers may not be for everyone but with Break Free, it became more possible.
Break Free is a highly recommended book for inspiring newbie entrepreneurs and for people who are struggling financially. Are you now prepared to take the challenge for financial freedom?
For the details about the availability of this book, you may contact Don Soriano, the author himself.