When I was handed “The 10 Minute Coach,” I thought, oh my god, another self help book.

But I must say that I was pleasantly surprised.

This book is 154 pages long. I am impressed by all the information that Dan Lier was able to assemble properly into such a short book.

It’s a must read to anyone who has already read the longer books by Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, Denis Waitley and Og Mandino. Lier quotes these industry leaders as well as others throughout the book.

What I found enjoyable was the way Lier brought all these guys into a short synopsis of their writings and just condensed and explained their principles into a quick and easy to read guide. “The 10 Minute Coach” is a reference guide that you can go back to from time to time just to re-enforce a practice or principle when you need to.

This book is also good for someone who has never read a self-help book for fear of being overwhelmed. Lier writes in an easy to read format, taking the fear out reading these types of books.

You’re not going to find a ton of new and breaking information o the pages of “The 10 Minute Coach.” Instead, this is a new way of presenting the information. The book is a quick, painless read. Lier did not spend too much time belaboring any one point. He gives the most important highlights so that anyone, an average person or a business manager, could go back and review any specific topic and get the gist of the idea to re-affirm a point.

I look forward to reading other books by Dan Lier.”The 10 Minute Coach” gets the point across and is a great introduction to business-style self-help.

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Career firefighter John Guilfoil Jr. is the father of Blast's editor.

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