He is The Imposter or Is He?

At the beginning of the book, Mr. Kreiling was told by a person that people don’t change. Yet Mr. Kreiling is proof that people do and can change. I liked that Mr. Kreiling shared how he turned his life around and made The Imposter not really about his memoir but more of a guide on how to change and become a better person like he did. Each chapter focuses on different points that are important to changing your life. It does start a lot with the mental aspect.

All of the advice Mr. Kreiling shared in this book was useful and easy to read. I found it interesting how Mr. Kreiling not just shared how his tips helped him but even how you can identify the information in this book with famous people. One example found in Chapter Seven titled: Tragedy at the Altar talks about the relationship between President Abraham Lincoln and Edwin M. Stanton. The Imposter is a feel good book. I congratulate Mr. Kreiling on his current success and future endeavors. He has come a long way from being the young boy who was almost destined to spend the rest of his life in prison.


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