Here’s a review that recently came in for The Unbeatable Man:
“There are certain people that seem to make a decision, develop a focus or a drive towards a goal at a very early age and never deviate. It doesn’t seem to matter what the goal is. I’ve seen it in actors and scientists, pilots and soldiers. Matt Furey made just this kind of decision about the time he was a freshman in high school. His goal was wrestling and he stuck with it through the difficult years of high school where it is easy for young men to move in the direction of festivities, girls and drugs to their detriment. It’s also important to remember that intermediate goals change from time to time. Being the best in high school gets replaced at graduation. In Mr. Furey’s case it then became being the best in college, then on to the nationals and internationals. Eventually those goals have to be replaced as the body ages and younger stars come along. But the training and the focus that lead to wrestling championships took him to sharing his insights into business, fitness and personal development that became sold out seminars and eventually this book. He shares his philosophies, his knowledge with other people that just may help them to succeed in their own lives.”
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Thank you, John. You captured something in The Unbeatable Man that is vitally important to anyone who wants to succeed, in anything.