I just finished reading the autobiography of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It’s a very inspiring book, I must say.
He tells us plenty of stories, mentioning all turning points of his life and career, starting with his childhood, finishing at the present day.
Zlatan’s football career proves that coming from a poor neighbourhood doesn’t prevent you from becoming the Number One at what you do, if you keep working hard every single day of your life.
Obviously, circumstances and luck are also an important part of every success story, but focusing on your own professional development and training hard is what makes an above-the-average football player.
Just to get a feeling for the book’s first-person narrative tone, watch this BBC interview with Zlatan:
… and in case you are interested in reading Zlatan’s book, you can buy it online at the Book Depository: