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

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This book seems like a good guide to execute and realize dreams. Congrats to the author on BOTD!A
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Great review of the book. The title itself gives away the content of the book. The book sounds informative especially the statement which says that humans were created for a life of service but it can be a burden if they don't discover God- given visions.
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Post by Oumakevin »

This book certainly covers very pertinent range of topics that can impact the lives of people positively, the good thing about the book, is that it has strategies that if implemented, can help you to dream and actualize your dream. I like the book because I believe in dreams, thanks
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Post by Sheilaread »

I really enjoyed the sample pages a lot and then came here to see your review. Your review was beautiful and very detail-filled. I want to read the rest of the book at some point. This book is right in my interest zone of genres. Loved your review.
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Post by Shanaian »

Great review, thank you. Sounds like a very inspiring and motivational book. I like books with references I can turn to.
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It seems like a typical book on self-inspiration. This is an apt review regardless.
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The inclusion on URLs that could aide a reader to do further research makes this book resourceful. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Beatus »

This book is great! Thank you for the wonderful review. Most of us do things we don't like or know why we do them. Mostly out of dedperation. Congrats to the author and thanks for this insightful tome.
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Post by Tosdam1 »

I will like to experience the inspiration from an entrepreneur with apostolic calling in this smoothly written book.
Thanks for the review...
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This is a great book that inspires the believer and preacher to realize and activate their God given dreams into reality. Thanks for the great review.
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This book is very relevant, as many Christian leaders lack the means of actualizing their desired dream and visions. I hope they take hold of this book.
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A book that inspires and written from a Christian perspective is quite a unique one. I'd like to read how the author passed his message across.
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Post by jaliper »

This is great self-help book. I like how this book can help us figure out our calling in life. I also love how we can easily relate to this book. It's written in a simple way that can be easily understood.
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Post by mrlefty0706 »

Fear Not, Dream Big, & Execute, by Jeff Meyer, unveils tools that will enable you to activate your dream and realize it. Meyer states that humans were created to live a life of service, but service could be wearisome if they don't discover their own God-given visions. Hence, he provided this book to spark unsettled ministry professionals to picture their future with the clarity necessary for actualization. Written for Christian leaders and every follower of Christ, it contains strategies that will help them to pursue and turn their dreams into reality.

Consisting of intriguing personal stories, this book is straightforward and comprehensible. It contains simple and effective exercises. Also, it provides practical questions and steps, which make it more relatable. I like the author's smooth and conversational writing style. Being an entrepreneur with an apostolic calling, Meyer reveals a lot of information that'll inspire you. Though written from a Christian point of view, nonbelievers can also benefit from the book since it has some tips that can be useful for everyone. For example, included are tips that can help you to sleep soundly for a healthy and more productive life.

In a clear way, the book discusses dream sparks and realization, as it relates to Christian consumerism, the limitations of scarcity mentality, unwavering belief, niche master, mission, feelings, writing, rhythm with your priorities, mind training, procrastination, space matters, busyness, fear, worry, distractions, change, addressing bad habits, behavior change, caution in the use of social media, and so forth.

This book is very straightforward and it contains simple and effective exercises. It was written for Christian leaders and every follower of Christ. It contains strategies that will help them to pursue and turn their dreams into reality. We should all dream big. Good review.
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Post by sssns »

The book seems like an encouraging coach for Christian leaders as they work on their dreams.  Congratulations on Book of the Day!
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