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

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Post by Jachike Samuelson »

After the first sentence, I thought this was going to be just another motivational book. I'm glad I was wrong. It seems to me like Meyer doesn't just inspire the reader to put their God-given skills to use but to do it in God. This sounds like something I would read.
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This is a detailed review I enjoyed reading this. Well done :tiphat:
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This book implies that following Christ and going about using your skills with excellence are not mutually exclusive—and I agree. I also like it when authors use personal stories and anecdotes to convey their message. Meyer has written a book worth reading.
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Post by Goodness C N »

This is way more than the conventional self help book. It inspires and guides one, particularly, Christians. As such, this will be a worthwhile read. Congratulations on the book of the day.
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Post by Shrabastee »

I am sure this self-help book with its strong messages will be helpful for the readers. However, this genre is not my cup of tea. So I will pass this one. Thanks for the review!
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I think this book can help anyone who is struggling in the path they should be taking especially this time of uncertainty. Also, to people who are indicisive in life. This looks encouraging and motivational.
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Sounds like quite an inspiring book. Congratulations to the BOTD.
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Post by MayorE »

Motivational books like this are needed once in a while so I would love to check it out... congratulations on Botd
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The author teaches the reader to live a life of service while having discovers their God-given talent. I love the fact that this book is based on Christian principles but can be read by anyone.
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Post by Nerea »

This sounds like an informative and inspiring narrative. Unfortunately, I don't fancy reading books written from a Christian point of view. I guess I'll skip the book. Sorry.
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Post by Blue3819 »

Sounds like a good book to read for all you self help book lovers out there like myself .A lot of good information . Sounds like a meaningful book .doesn't sound like it's for Christians only a lot of people would benefit from this book good review definitely may read sometime Thanks for the reveiw.
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This is a motivational book I believe I'd find useful. Congrats on BOTD!
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Post by Benggirl721 »

This book is very inspiring. The author emphasizes not to fear because we are all God's creation. Let your dream find the reason for your existence.
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Post by Mwatu »

Glad to read that the author does a good job providing practical ways to follow his advice. I do agree with him that writing and editing at the same time causes frustration. Thank you for a lovely review!
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Post by mytkreadingreview »

Humans are created to live life with excpetitions and in our lives we need to live life of service.This service can be unnecessary if we don't have our God visions, we need assistance from our leader's and especially our Christian leader's
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