Become A Better Version of Yourself - Ben Leighton

Become A Better Version of Yourself

By Ben Leighton

  • Release Date: 2015-02-22
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4
From 1,255 Ratings


This ebook contains golden nuggets on how to motivate, inspire and improve your current situation. It encompasses the holistic view of self improvement from mental& emotional wellbeing, career, health & fitness to love & relationship. 

Most importantly, you will learn to make small daily choices that will transform your life.
- Find your personal inspiration.
- Rediscover your motivation.
- Propel yourself out of an unfulfilling existence. 


  • Loved it !!

    By Naiiix
    I can’t tell you enough how much I loved this book and how much it taught me in just a few pages !!! It’s a must read for life lessons
  • Simple

    By bdshhssh
    Amazing book for anyone out there who is trying to overcome a better life and a better character! 👍🏽💯
  • Amazing read!

    By Magbagz
    Very informative! Truly helped me on my self love journey.
  • Quick Work

    By owenthreads
    Author does have many spelling and grammar errors. I did take away some ideas from the book, but lack a lot of substance.
  • Great pick me up and great life lessons

    By NinjaWhoReads
    It’s a really good read, some grammatical errors here and there, unfortunately. Doesn’t hinder the value of the message though !
  • Great

    By themiccciii
    Really nice written
  • Book

    By 03011988
    Loved the book
  • Insightful

    By teichele
    Brings a new perspective to success and a healthy lifestyle. Good read!
  • Nice book

    By Sk4674468
    It’s very easy to read, especially when English in not your original language
  • A Once in a Lifetime Read

    By mavzman2
    I am 51 years old, and consider myself fairly well-read. This book is, without a doubt, the absolute worst thing I have ever read in my life — and I’ve read a Nicholas Sparks novel! The myriad spelling errors, paired with horrific grammar made it a tough slog. But then a bunch of mixed metaphors, subject-verb disagreements, and inexplicable mid-sentence first-to-third or vice versa person changes said, “Hold my beer”, and wreaked their havoc. In addition to these attacks on the language, the author apparently lacks the ability to discern the proper uses of, “your” vs “you’re”, or “its” vs “it’s”, as these were improperly used at least four or five times, collectively. There was also a completely false anecdote claiming that George Washington regularly rode into battle naked. (I couldn’t find any source of him ever doing so even once. Alas, lest you chalk me up as simply a grammar snob, let me assure you that, although the book is completely riddled with the flaws I have listed above, all of this rests upon a solid foundation of absolutely terrible writing.