Book Review: Tales of the Everyday Workingman (& Woman)

Many people are tired of their jobs and careers. Kimanzi Constable is too. But he has a dream.

His dream is to move with his family to Hawaii. To create books that you will grow and prosper from. And to build his coaching career.

Book Cover

Kimanzi approached me a few months ago and asked me to review his book, Tales of the Everyday Workingman (and Woman). I agreed and must say that I was pleased with the book.

In his book, he relates the struggles he has had in his careers. Whether it be the long hours, the pay, or the consequences of his actions. He lays it all out for you to see.

I could relate to Kimanzi’s journey. You will probably relate to his journey as well.

He has dealt with:

  • Poor working conditions
  • Long hours
  • Insufficient pay
  • Dishonesty, both from others and by himself

If you have struggled with any of these situations, you are not alone and this book proves it. You will also able to see that it is not the end of the line.

You can move forward and leave the past behind. Kimanzi has done it and so can you.

Through this quick read, it is only 38 pages, you will see Kimanzi’s passion to follow his dreams and work towards creating work that he loves. While he is not quite there, he is getting close. One day soon he will achieve the dream.

Once you have finished reading this book, you can pick up his newly released book The Difference Between Living and Existing: A Nine Month Plan To Radically Change Your Life for only $2.99 from his blog or Amazon.

Thanks to Kimanzi’s generosity, he has agreed to give 15 of my readers a chance to win an eBook of Tales of the Everyday Workingman and 5 readers an eBook of his newest book The Difference Between Living and Existing. Entering to win is easy. Leave a comment answering the question below and share this post on your favorite social networking site.

The contest will run until March 21st, 2012. On that date, I will use Random.org to choose the winners. You will be notified of your win on or before March 24th, 2012.

If you do win one of the books, I ask you to please share a review on Amazon once you have finished reading.

Question: If you could do anything for a living, what would you do? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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