The Fun Formula: How Curiosity, Risk-taking, and Serendipity can Revolutionize How You Work


Reviewed by: J. Hanna, a Professional Writing major at Taylor University

 


Introduction

Title: The Fun Formula: How Curiosity, Risk-taking, and Serendipity can Revolutionize How You Work

Author: Joel Comm

Publisher: Nelson Books

Publication Date: 2018

Format: Print Book

Length: 206 pages

OVERVIEW

This book is entertaining and insightful, guiding the reader through a new lifestyle aimed at revolutionizing how you work. Comm suggests that by following dreams and passions you can adjust your work life so that you are no longer part of the “hustle and grind” of a job you dislike. Comm has been an entrepreneur for most of his life and has hopped from project to project, meeting both success and failure and viewing both as a good thing.

His suggestions tend to lead toward an entrepreneur’s lifestyle, guiding you out of the workforce and into your dreams while suggesting ways you could help those dreams become reality. By leveraging friends, inviting them into a project with you, and by making connections to the people who work full time in your hobbies, Comm hopes you can move toward a life of fulfillment and fun.

This book is written in a conversational tone and is an easy, enjoyable read that allows you to learn from the experiences of others.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

4 Stars

Suggested Audience

Entrepreneurs of all types and people who want to adjust their life to incorporate more fun and enjoyment would benefit from this book.

Christian Impact

This book looks into how you can best leverage the gifts God gave you to live a life that will be the most impactful to those around you by following the desires and dreams God has given you.

 


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