STUDENT FEEDBACK: “I found this book to

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “I found this book to be very interesting, and it kept my attention even in audiobook form. I took a lot of what he said to heart, and hope to apply some of his ideals to my life, and to share his ideas with a family member of mine, who struggles with depression. There were many parts of this book that I felt like he was speaking directly to my uncle, and it really got my attention. I loved how often he mentioned his family members, and how much they motivated him to be a better person.” http://ow.ly/i/n8Kuy

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “Motivation should com

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “Motivation should come from within rather than seeking everyone else’s approval. Learning to love and motivate yourself is essential since you can’t love anyone else until you love yourself. Carlos Wallace helps you understand these things by providing a reality check to everyone. Especially in this day and age where social media is such a huge factor in life, we all need to remember the people who love and support us are more important than looking good on social media. We need to remember to treat others with respect and carry ourselves at high standards so we demand respect as well.” http://ow.ly/i/n8KDl

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “Wallace explains how

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “Wallace explains how a person’s past and family history helps to shape the type of person they become, and yet doesn’t define who they must be. I think this is a very powerful distinction to mention. A lot of people use their family problems as excuses for any hardship they face in life. As Wallace explains, these things can help explain why people get into certain situations, but should never be used as an excuse, because no matter the past or history, each person can make their own choices.” http://ow.ly/i/n8KpV

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “There are so many qu

STUDENT FEEDBACK: “There are so many quotes to relate to from Carlos Wallace’s book Life is not Complicated, You Are (2013). I would recommend this book to everyone. If you are in a slump or feeling down, you especially need to read this book so you can gain an understanding of how you need to motivate yourself and work hard toward your goals.”