Let Go Review

Let Go by Pat Flynn

I have been following Pat Flynn for a few years. His laid-back and down-to-earth personality plus his incredible strategies and podcasts make him one of my favorites. Although I’m frugal to a fault and never spent a penny on iPhone apps, when his new Snippet book was released, I was compelled to check it out. For a measly $2.99, you get to ride along with Pat on his amazing journey and preview the latest multimedia experience. A Snippet is a new publishing platform that combines text, videos, and pictures. It runs eight to nine chapters, each about 1000 words, and the combination of all of these formats creates content like you have never seen before.

Let Go chronicles Pat’s well-known story of how he transformed from an architect to new media sensation. I’ve heard the story a few times, but you get a deeper connection with his journey because of poignant interviews with Pat, his wife, and even his dad. Fun and easy to read texts combined with motivational quotes in picture form ties everything seamlessly together.

Pat’s Snippet price point is affordable to everyone. Once again proving money isn’t his main goal. I believe this is why he is so successful. He gives away his best stuff for free or close to free. This includes his very personal journey from what he thought he should be doing for a career to what he was meant to do.

Final Thoughts

If you are looking for step-by-step strategies to be the next great A-list blogger, don’t buy this book. However, in the grand scheme of things, this Snippet is even more important. The goal is about having the proper mindset for success. Without it, all of the strategies, techniques, and coaching will do you no good. I am not a Pat Flynn or Smart Passive Income affiliate, but I encourage you to get Let Go today. For me personally, it was a nice way to pay Pat back for all his amazing content I devoured through the years. On top of that, I got to see where publishing is headed (Snippet), experienced Pat’s journey in a more profound way, and reminded myself that without the proper mindset all the success tips in the world can’t save me from mediocrity. By far, the best $2.99 I’ve ever spent.

For more information on Let Go by Pat Flynn, visit Let Go today.

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Buck

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8 Responses

  1. krantcents says:

    To be good at anything , you have to work at it. Malcolm Gladwell says it take 10,000 hours to be good at something. I don’t think I have put in enough time yet!

  2. Thanks for the review. I have seen this, but haven’t pulled the trigger. Now I just might have to do it. I think Pat is an awesome person and a great teacher.

  3. Really like the trailer! Will definitely buy the book.

  4. Squirrelers says:

    Thanks for sharing. I like the trailer, does a good job of making one more intrigued about the book.

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