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This Is How We Do It: A Pep Talk - Kevin Hart (9)

  • Publisher: ‎ Amazon Original Stories (November 1, 2022)
  • Kindle: ‎ 3371 KB


Entertainment icon Kevin Hart, the number one New York Times bestselling author of I Can’t Make This Up: Life Lessons, shares fifteen heartfelt lessons about harnessing your potential in the here and now.


You’ve heard this advice before. Yes, of course you have. It’s straight out of the self-help bible.

But wait. Are you ready to hear it from a guy who’s made so many mistakes he could fill eighteen other books about them? A guy who went to community college for exactly two weeks and earned a degree in nothing? A guy who wore long tights for a marathon?

That’s this guy: Kevin Hart. He wants to share some lessons he’s learned along the way—lessons that helped him get to where he is now. He wants to talk to you about “what-is-ness,” “cowboying up,” and “teddy bearing.”

No idea what those are? Don’t worry. That’s why you’re here. In this funny, heartfelt collection of pep talks, Kevin Hart reveals the power of a positive mindset.

In this book, the tables are turned. Kevin Hart isn’t just a box office juggernaut and superstar comedian.

He’s your biggest fan.

Kevin Hart is an award-winning actor, a comedian, and a number one New York Times bestselling author. His films, including Jumanji, Captain Underpants, and The Secret Life of Pets, have earned billions at the box office, and his stand-up comedy tours have sold out arenas and football stadiums, leading Forbes to name him the “king of comedy.” His novel Marcus Makes a Movie was an instant New York Times bestseller and was published to great critical acclaim, with Kirkus Reviews praising it as “a charming read…that celebrates the gifts of authentic friendship” and Publishers Weekly calling it an “energetic love letter to the artistic process.” In the laugh-out-loud sequel, Hart delivers a sincere message about the perils of sudden fame and the importance of sticking close to the friends and family who helped get you there.

Hart is also an entrepreneur, a television producer, and the chairman of the Laugh Out Loud Network and CEO of HartBeat Productions. He lives in Los Angeles with his family.

Kevin Hart makes me laugh but also annoys me. Still, I wanted to read this thinking it would be funny.
It was not.
Startling to me, it was a motivational talk by Kevin. Something I'm still not sure I wanted after reading it. I was especially put off by the chapter on being humble. If you have to tell people how humble you are, are you really that humble?!
Yeah, take a hard pass on this one folks.


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