The number one best-selling book series of all time is Harry Potter.
Yet 12% of more than 21,000 Harry Potter reviews are only 1-star – in other words the worst book I’ve ever read.
How could that many people be so wrong for author J.K. Rowling who made the most money in history as an author, an estimated $1 billion.
These unhappy readers may have hated the series, but so many more people loved it.
The next time someone hates on you – nibbles away at your confidence or your ability to succeed – remember Harry Potter.
Others are entitled to their opinions but they should have absolutely no effect on your passion to succeed.
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