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Learn the Invaluable Lessons from Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey and Apply it into Your Life Without Missing Out!
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Greenlights is Matthew McConaughey's first attempt as an author. However, its readers can confirm that his talent is not exclusive to acting. Taken from his writings, poems, pictures, and memories, McConaughey has made a book to reflect on life. It is the story of a man who built his life around a pearl of wisdom consolidated throughout the years. Before an actor, McConaughey would say he's a storyteller. He is a married man, father of three, brother, and son. He has looked back in the past fifty years of his life to develop a very personal philosophy. He has named it "catching greenlights," which helped him carry an attitude that hunts positive perceptions to keep himself motivated on the road.
Greenlights quickly became a #1 New York Times Bestseller. It has been praised by prominent publications, including The Washington Post, USA Today, and Time Magazine. It has also drawn attention from other well-known authors in the self-help genre like Ryan Holiday, who wrote The Obstacle Is the Way, and Mark Mason, who penned The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.
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• About the Hero of the Book: Matthew McConaughey
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