“Although I prefer real books and dog-eared pages,” Bennett said, “I understand that about half of all books are now read on electronic devices. In an instant, people can be reading your book from Alaska to Afghanistan. Who doesn’t want to be part of that revolution?”
At its core, Life Lessons of a Harvard Reject motivates and inspires readers how to tear down the walls holding back their success. From the first page to the last, it also encourages people to aim farther than their reach and to HIGHER themselves when the world isn’t hiring.
“A large section of the book homes in on how to expand your imagination, innovation and sense of wonder, so it’s very exciting to announce this new E-platform,” said Bennett, a Harvard Reject and Stanford graduate.
For more information about the book and its life-changing lessons, taught by everyone from Socrates to Shakespeare to The Simpsons (the author is merely your guide during this self-improvement journey) please visit www.HarvardReject.com.