The Biography of Kevin Hart was good. I have a whole new respect for him and his determination to be a star.
This is starting off fun!
I confess...I can‘t stick with one book from start to finish, I have to switch things up. So am constantly reading multiple books at the same time.
Just suffered the first 31 chapters of Kevin Hart‘s book (Each chapter is super short and that‘s only 1/4th of the book) and things are finally looking up!
And, got myself more books...There‘s too much to read and too little time, between work, play, and hustle! 🥺
This was the perfect type of book in that I had that conflict in which I didn't want it to end, but couldn't put it down either. More than a mere collection of funny stories, this is also a serious book about an incredibly driven man with an insane work ethic and and an almost inhuman level of positivity and perseverance.
After my reading session this evening and finishing this book, I also completed my first yearly goal in Bookly just over three months early!!
I reset the next one to track my last ten books for the year and I have the next five of those ten picked out!!
So if any of you do read this book, I‘d highly recommend the audio as a companion as you read, it‘s got some serious adult, crude and inappropriate humor, but if you can get past that it enhances the experience. I‘ve always loved Kevin‘s comedy. I have that sarcastic, slapstick driven taste in comedy and Kevin is all about that. This book was both hilarious and insightful and gave me a more complete view of who I know Kevin Hart to be.
When you mourn, when you hurt, when someone you love—or everyone you love—passes, it may feel like a void has opened up in your universe. But in the universe, energy can never be destroyed.
All you can do is play the odds. If you choose to give up, you can be fairly certain that life will pass you by. But if you choose to try your best, you can at least tip the balance significantly in your favor.
Kaboom #2 to end my reading session for the night!! 💥💣💥💣💥
Now add to this mess of plans the forces that are beyond our control. There is so much that is greater than us, whatever you believe. So while we get to choose the roads we take, we don‘t get to know where they lead. Acceptance, then, is knowing that when your plan fails, or your road dead ends, it means a bigger plan is at work. And I‘d rather be part of a big plan than a small one.
The problem is, many people want you to do things, up to the point where they lose control of you. As long as they‘re still your boss or mentor or partner or good friend, it‘s fine. But if it starts pulling you away from them or making you more successful than them or keeping you too busy to see them as much, then your dream can become their threat.