Wellth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Resume

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Wellth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Resume by Jason Wachob is a self-help book that talks about experiencing success and finding wellbeing, but not necessarily in the conventional sense. The book focuses on finding success that is not measured in money or material things; the author emphasizes that “wellth” is more important than wealth. One section of the book that I particularly enjoyed discusses the value of optimism, and I also liked the “Quick Deposit in Your Wellth Account” sections, which summarize key ideas about attaining wellth. Furthermore, I appreciated the “Heal” chapter; among many ideas, Wachob mentions that it would be wise for people to get thorough blood tests and also test for food intolerances.

You can find Wellth here.

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