The adventure story of a geologist, Roger Hunt, who bemoans and lives with the loss of his family, which resulted from a fatefully lengthy battle with his devils, and of a chance reunion with an old acquaintance and alter ego that eventually leads him back to the Alaskan wilderness, ten years ago during his excursion, is told in “The Seven Magnificent Mind-Sets of Success: Adventures With The Magnificent Mind-Man.” by Russ Hamblin. One of several things that makes this book valuable and a must-read is Mr. Hamblin’s superb and comprehensive storytelling. It offers a fresh perspective on motivating literature.
It takes readers on a journey from inspirational messages to thrilling experiences, replete with all the elements people would expect to find in a book. He leads the audience on perilous and exhilarating journeys of soul-searching in quest of achievement. The tale follows a deep journey of human fragility, self-discovery, confrontation, truth, redemption, forgiveness, and betterment – as well as techniques for achieving and surpassing all of these goals, in the form of the Seven Magnificent Mind-Sets of Success.
The message is more than a fictional story about motivational and success principles. Rather, the message is all about second chances in life; that it is never too late to make changes. One of the most important ideas discussed is that the roads that lead to the greatest successes in life are often paved with the foundational stones of many setbacks, disappointments, and failures that one must experience in order to gain the perspective needed to grow and attain sustainable joy and happiness.