Slap Yourself

The 12 Most Important Questions You've Never Asked Yourself

Non-Fiction - Self Help
114 Pages
Reviewed on 05/26/2019
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Author Biography

Good morning! My name is Josh and I’m a Freedom fighter.
What is Freedom anyways? Isn't it doing what we want, when we want, how we want, with whom we want? The question is then, “In a free country, how is it that so few of us are truly free?”

You see, I wasn’t always a Freedom fighter. Before this, I did twenty years. Twenty years of looking at gray walls, wondering what life was like on the outside, always on my best behavior. You know what I’m talking about, don’t you? That’s right, Corporate America.

Honestly, I don’t have the typical story where I was suddenly laid off and had to restart my career at 40 years old. Rather I had plenty of success and what most would consider a very great multi-six-figure income as an engineer and manager. Then one day, everything I thought was right wasn’t so right. I wasn’t free. I was in the rat race. So I escaped.

We are building a movement called Broke Is No Joke that is the platform for True Freedom. All those things schools don’t teach, parents don’t know, and the industries of the world don’t want you to know.

I’ve been blessed to have great mentors that have helped me grow as a person and realize my true potential and purpose. Now I wish to be a blessing onto others.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Slap Yourself: The 12 Most Important Questions You've Never Asked Yourself by Joshua Zepess is an encouraging and insightful book that will motivate and guide readers to get rid of their bad habits, unnecessary stress, and aimless existence and make a transformation to a life of focus, fulfillment, and accomplishment. The book asks questions that nobody asks but everyone needs to know in working towards having the life they want. It will also enable readers to take the tips and tools discussed and combine them into a plan of action. It is a book that will make readers pause and think again about what they are looking for and will make them aware of the action that needs to be taken.

Often many people are confused with what they want from their lives and how they can achieve a life of peace and fulfillment. Slap Yourself is a good tool to reflect on and contemplate life and will help readers ponder on what they want from life. Most of us just live our lives without looking too deeply into it and without having any vision. The author goes step by step on how to take positive action and helps readers distinguish between distractions and responsibilities. The way the topic has been handled is interesting and engaging and the action required and the bonus parts at the end of each chapter will help readers to get the process started. The writing style is simple and neat and his fluidity in expression makes it easy for readers to comprehend the author's words.