Top critical review
Big words, shallow content, advertising of his life
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2021
While I greatly enjoyed reading '"The 5AM Club" book, I was greatly disappointed by the "Everyday Hero Manifesto". It is very obvious that this book is written fast, without much thought and for money-making reasons rather than for educating people on how to improve aspects of their lives.
It is full of big words, cliche's like follow your dream etc. The author, through this book, advertises his luxury lifestyle and offers essentially useless not actionable advice. For example in one of the chapters he suggests to have two massages per week or book a hotel room and spend significant time working there while paying for food and other services. Yeah right, because normal people can afford doing that.
I was misled by the good reviews but whoever read the "5AM Club" I believe will agree that this book serves no purpose, badly written and shallow in content.