So the other month I ended up in Waterstone's and noticed IISuperWomanII aka Lilly Singh's book How To Be A Bawse, which I'd not looked at in person yet since the release. It also happened that this book was a signed copy by Lilly herself and as I love her videos and I'd wanted this book for a while, I couldn't leave it behind.
Picking up this book, I was intrigued as I know Lilly is a very wise person as well as comedic so I had a feeling it would be an amazing book and I was excited to read it upon the news she was putting a book out.
This book is like no other motivational book I've looked at or read before, I feel like Lilly's points are very refreshing and make you open your mind to new possibilities and new ways of looking at situations and scenarios. I actually found myself using the advice the very next week after purchasing the book. The way in which Lilly structures and writes her advice and tips, is in a very bluntly honest fashion which I think works well in articulating how to be a 'bawse'. Lilly's charm and humour comes across really well and makes you want to keep on reading and keep on learning about how events in her life have shaped the way she thinks and how she can reflect and work on things in retrospect.
This book highlights the ways in which you can be a 'Bawse' and basically suggesting ways to improve your life and make it more successful. I feel like seeing Lilly's success and the fact she mentions how at one point in her life she felt she wasn't destined for anything great, but she wanted to be known for something, can really motivate and set it straight that if you work hard continuously while following her tips and being appreciative of what you have, can lead you onto good things. It's really well organised and structured which makes it much more interesting as you feel like you can't put it down once you've started.
I really suggest this book to anyone who wants to try a new outlook on life, or just intrigued on bettering your mind and soul.
Lilly has a truly motivational and purposeful outlook on life and I really enjoyed reading her insights and advice on how to conquer life.
Have any of you read the book? Or maybe you're a fan of Lilly's YouTube channel?
Let me know in the comments! I'd love to hear from you!
Love & hugs,