Regroup

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 27 May 2017

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I received an e-copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Regroup offers a well-written message for anyone contemplating, "What next?" or coming off of a seemingly big and painful failure.
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One of the most difficult things in life is the ability to pick yourself up and get going on the face of failure. This book gives good advice on how to do it...
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I received an e-copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Regroup offers a well-written message for anyone contemplating, "What next?" or coming off of a seemingly big and painful failure. The author provides smart advice and thoughtful questions to help readers shift out of the endless cycle of negative self-talk. What I appreciated most was the matter-of-fact tone--readers are invited to consider their circumstances, but not wallow or indulge in endless rumination. She did a nice job balancing compassion and the message of what it means to give up vs. not giving up. I enjoyed the examples of successful people and their periods of failure, but would have preferred a few examples of regular people who failed but persevered despite desperate circumstances.

I recommend this book or anyone who needs a quick read to shift their mindset and move on from a painful but temporary setback.
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I thought this book was good, but nothing really special. I felt like the author dragged things on a lot, and some of the stuff seemed like it came from other books. It was okay, though.
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