Book Review: The Life Is Too Short Guy

Life is too short book review

Whenever I open my phone, it is hard not to be bombarded with notifications about terrible events happening in the world or even close to home.  That’s why it’s so refreshing to take some time to read something that doesn’t drain my energy, but inspires me to live my own destiny.

“The Life is Too Short Guywritten by Scott White is a roadmap about making the most of every minute and living a happier and more fulfilling life.  I appreciated that it wasn’t just about theory, but Scott takes you through practical steps inspired by true life events.

Scott writes about how his LITSG journey started when his father passed away.  It’s broken down into simple steps that anyone can follow.  Each chapter focuses on a key principle of LITSG with relatable stories to help you put the principles into place. 

Chapters end with reflection questions, which should not be skipped as it will really help you start your own journey.

At the core of this book, “The Life is Too Short Guy is the philosophy, “Life is too short”.  Simple, yes, but a philosophy not always followed.  This book will challenge you to look at your life through a new lens. 

A strong recommended read.

About the Author

After spending fifteen years on Wall Street, Scott White, took a chance and became an entrepreneur and business builder. Today he is Chairman and CEO of a public real estate company. Always looking for his next challenge, Scott has completed fifteen marathons and one Ironman triathlon. Now Scott is on a mission to make the world happier one smile at a time. With his endless energy, he motivates and inspires everyone he meets to focus on happiness, gratefulness, and positivity.