I Can’t Make This Up: Life Lessons Audiobook by Kevin Hart [Download]

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I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons

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I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons Audiobook by Neil Strauss is a memoir of Kevin Hart and has been co-authored by Neil Strauss. Hart describes his early life struggles in Philadelphia. Each chapter in the book start with a life lesson received from a person in his life. Hart puts things in a humorous manner. He says that throughout his life he has learned two things- first is that things change and second is shrugging the shoulders and moving on is the best way to deal with the first. He describes his shoulder shrugging as his superpower. He says that the opposite of shoulder shrugging would be to get affected with emotions for life and get depressed and frustrated with it.

He got a job as a salesman in a shoe store after completing his high-school. He decided to come out as the best salesman in the store and worked long hours on it. He even got a mentor who helped him. Hart made the long hours of his job fun, so much fun that his co-workers suggested him to start a open mic night for upcoming and amateur comedians in Philadelphia.

Hart created a pseudo stage name for himself and started scouting for as many gigs as possible. He performed the initial ones for free and then started charging. He made enough money to meet his liabilities and then quit his job. He was helped by someone who trained him become a better comedian.


I Can't Make This Up: Life Lessons Audiobook by Neil Strauss received positive reviews from the critics and the readers. The book provides insight into the life of Kevin Hart. The author has provided an honest and straightforward description of his life journey and the lessons learned as a result.

The author provides a mature perspective on his life events which also helps in building the narrative. Hart does not hold back in sharing the details of his life with the readers and does so with significant amount of honesty and bluntness. The author has also kept the narrative filled with wit and humor which keeps it a light and breezy read. The book is a recommended read for the fans of Kevin Hart.

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