Now for what other people are saying about Think and Go Hustle. Other blogs, as well as a podcast, have put their opinion out there.
The first review came from Mike Soca:
Dylan Madden’s advice is on how to create one’s game and not by playing someone else’s. Using his real-life experiences as a scenario… to enable readers to get a view on how to change their lives for the better.
It’s difficult to take advice on how to live your life from a faceless person with zero background. Dylan Madden made sure that’s not the case in his book. You know exactly who he is and what he’s overcome.
Think and Go Hustle is a book that stays true to Dylan’s writing format – straight and to the point. There is no fluff here, only actionable advice after actionable advice. Now, you would think, “Well Seft, I can get that in any book…”, but the fact of the matter is this contains Dylan’s story. His highs and lows and his own unique journey.
The Suave Millennial reviewed Think and Go Hustle:
My friend Dylan Madden of Calm and Collected just released his first book Think and Go Hustle. It arrived at a freakishly good time in my life and I really want to talk about it. Think and Go Hustle embodies something that I feel isn’t talked about enough amongst my peers and that is hard work.
His platform, Calm and Collected perfectly describes Dylan’s persona. As he said himself, the book could have been released sooner but he wanted to take his time and make it just right. Well, I can say, I’m glad he did because he has done exactly that.
Strength By Sonny wrote a thought-provoking review:
Staying true to his calling card, Dylan informs you how to remain calm and collected in the face of adversity. Anger and frustration will get you nowhere. Haunting your consciousness with a million “what ifs” will get you know where.