I really liked Darrin Donnelly’s Relentless Optimism and thought that it was a book that I really needed to read, as it helped me get through some shit and it was more focused on having an optimistic mindset, which was something I was struggling with as of late.
That being said, I wanted to read some of his other stuff, so I went back and gave this a shot, as it is actually the first of the five books in Donnelly’s Sports for the Soul series.
It’s pretty darn good for what it is and I enjoyed it and found it helpful. It didn’t quite connect with me like the other book did but that one was more geared towards what I was looking for.
This one still has some solid, sagely advice and a good example of how to apply certain techniques and mindsets.
Frankly, Donnelly just has a good way with words and an even better way at weaving his thoughts and ideas into a story that is easy to digest and understand.
Pairs well with: The other four books in Darrin Donnelly’s Sports for the Soul series.