Book Review: Where Will You Be In Five Years? by Arfeen Khan

Book Name: Where Will You Be In Five Years?

Author: Arfeen Khan

Publisher: Penguin

Rating: 4.5/5

Book Blurb: What if you were told that five years is the maximum time you need to fulfill your goals in life? We all dream about the future. However, we can’t turn these dreams into reality unless we act on them in a systematic manner. Peak performance coach Arfeen Khan, who has been long associated with Bollywood, gives you not only the mantra for success, he even puts a deadline on it. His approach is practical, effective and can be implemented from day one. He helps you make your own plan, overcome your personal problems and move on a path of growth and change. Read this book to own your success!

Book Review: Afreen Khan provides anecdotes to provide some very useful information. Where Will You Be In Five Years is a great book for everybody. It contains a wealth of information and provides handy information on how to reshape and take charge of your life.

Afreen has an easy conversational style that works very well for this book. Instead of filling the book with technical jargon, she has provided examples and anecdotes to make the reader understand easily. It is likely that a reader may already be aware of some advice that comprises this book but there is a lot more within these pages.

Afreen doesn’t suggest drastic changes that are hard to implement but small, easy to implement lifestyle changes that can be useful to everybody. As for me, The Wheel of Life was the most interesting aspect.

The Smart goal technique is something that all management students maybe familiar with but Afreen’s suggestion of using a five year regime plan is quite an eye opener. She provides reasons and clarifications for each of the changes which is likely to convince you.  She also offers a lot of free stuff on her website that comes bundled with the book.

Afreen has sort of jumped into the text at the very start and ends off very abruptly too but there is something for everybody in this handy little book.

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