Featured Official Review: Fear Not, Dream Big, & Execute [May 2021 Book of the Month]

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This sounds like an excellent book with great tips. I like how the language is straightforward, easy to understand and provides helpful steps and exercises. Great and thorough review!
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This book sounds like a good read. It has some great lessons to be learnt. I am a believer that we should always dream to execute the highest goals possible.
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Sounds like a good faith-based book for Christians and all who follow Christ. Nice review
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A book that "unveils tools that will enable you to activate your dream and realize it" is definitely a great book. Discovering our uniqueness sometimes can be a difficult exercise; however, I like it that this book can help us in this. This is a must-read. Congrats on the BOTD.
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This book is definitely intended for a specific niche, but maybe those who seek to take a more active role in their church could also benefit.
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The concept of this book is wonderful. Yes, live is indeed too short to settle for living out other people's dreams. I hope to enjoy this book. Congrats on Botd.
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Thank you for the amazing review. The book showcases how to turn your dreams and visions into reality.
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A useful self-book about turning your dreams into reality. It uses Christian perspective, but non-beleievers can benefit from the author’s practical strategies as well. The inclusion of scripture verses is kind of discouraging to me, though. I’ll still sample it.
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Post by KanaSmriti »

Fear Not, Dream Big, & Execute by Jeff Meyer can be a useful book, but since I'm not a christian, I don't know if I am going to enjoy it or not. Congratulations on #BOTD.
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This sounds like a supportive book about discovering your dreams. I love that it also gives the reader tools to accomplish their dreams. Congrats on the book of the day. Great review.
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I do not think that the book is my cup of tea as I enjoy more story-based books. Thanks for the great review!
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It seems to be a very good book that can empower human society to dream big and live a happier life than before. We need more books like this. And what a great review is that!
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I like the underlying lessons of this book, but the constant pushing of Christianity puts me off. Thanks for pointing this out in the review.
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This should be perfect for devout Christians who need help realizing their dreams through God and putting it into work.
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Dreams and purpose are two things that reflects how significant we are as individuals and even as a group. Since the book contains effective steps to take to realise and function in a unique way. I will give it a try and hope it answers my questions about executing dreams. Thnak you reviewer
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