One of the biggest personal goals I set for myself in 2020 was to blog consistently. I’m working on catching up on my reviews of books I’v read recently and today I’m sharing my review of The Warrior Code by Teen Marie Hanible.
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Review & Thoughts
The Warrior Code: 11 Principles to Unleash the Badass Inside of You by Tee Marie Hanible
I enjoy reading non-fiction books in between literary fiction. I picked up a copy of The Warrior Code by Tee Marie Hanible in a recent book haul purchase. This woman has been through so much hardship in her life. It was inspiring to read her story and the journey she’s taken in life to get where she is today.
The Warrior Code was a quick, thoughtful read about a strong woman that has endured so much pain and difficult situations. It’s important to read about the struggles others have gone through to gain insight from their perspective and experience. This book is filled with tips on overcoming obstacles and pushing towards goals.
In a Nutshell: Inspiring and touching story filled with motivational tips.
My Rating: 4 / 5 Stars
Details From the Book Jacket
Published: February 5th 2019 by St. Martin’s Press
In The Warrior Code, entrepreneur, philanthropist, reality star, and retired Gunnery Sergeant Tee Marie Hanible serves up eleven principles to awaken your inner badass and thrive in the face of adversity.
After surviving the death of her father, enduring foster care, and being expelled from school, Tee joined military reform school, where she began uncovering her inner warrior. As part of one of the first female classes of recruits to complete the Marine Corps Crucible and the Marine Combat Training, and as the only woman to deploy with her unit to Iraq in 2003, Tee tested her mettle and learned the key to becoming an unbreakable woman.
With insightful honesty and wisdom, and set against the backdrop of Tee’s life, The Warrior Code will help you understand that things can beat us back from realizing our true potential…but the key is finding the way to realize one’s own innate strength.