The Best Book For Your Twenties

Paul Angone's 101 Secrets For Your Twenties

Jon Acuff states that there are five stages on the road to awesomeness: learning, editing, mastering, harvesting, and guiding. As a twentysomething, I am caught in the learning phase- the stage of life where you are exploring and discovering new things about who you are and who you were made to be.

If the learning phase is typically associated with your twenties, then Paul Angone’s book, 101 Secrets For Your Twenties, is the curriculum we all need.

With humor, elegance, and grace, Paul delivers a potent message that there is more to this twentysomething life then get up, go to work, eat, sleep, repeat. These ten years are filled with beauty, failure, passion, and more failure. As someone who has been stained by a string of failures already in my twenties, 101 Secrets For Your Twenties is a healthy dose of hope for my struggling spirit.

The book is comprised of 101 brief but effective secrets. Paul wields his humor and wisdom like a weapon as he calls you to reflect on life in your twenties. He talks on everything from faith and relationships and brings you to the point where you can move forward in your twentysomething’s walk and live your potential.

So I encourage you to be whisked away in Paul’s clever and unique storytelling. If you do, I promise you that half way through, you’ll start naming your favorite secrets from the book. My favorite secrets are #2, #71, #91, and #93. If you want to know what they are, you’ll just have to buy the book and see for yourself.

101 Secrets For Your Twenties is the perfect map to the uncharted territory of our twenties. [Tweet that] This book demands that we move forward into the unknown with a revitalized hope and passion to affect the change that this world so desperately longs for us to give. So read this book, venture out, and be the explorer that 101 Secrets For Your Twenties calls you to be.

“I, Neal Samudre, am a twentysomething, and I am exploring.” (Based on secret #93)

Get 101 Secrets For Your Twenties by following this link.



2 thoughts on “The Best Book For Your Twenties

  1. Great post, Neal! I particularly love when Paul characterizes everyone by the type of drink they prefer. My preference means I’m the twentysomething who’s super excited about playing hopscotch at lunch 🙂

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