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Review of It’s Time To Be Inspired

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[Following is an official review of "It’s Time To Be Inspired" by Garcia Douglas.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Garcia Douglas’ book, It’s Time To Be Inspired, proposes a solution to our stressful and unfulfilled lives. It is an inspirational book that encourages readers to discover their capabilities and utilize them to the fullest to make a positive difference in the world. The book is 49 pages long and has 13 chapters.

Irrespective of their circumstances, readers of this inspirational book are empowered to live their best lives and achieve their goals. Garcia Douglas penned this book to help readers become better versions of themselves by motivating and encouraging them. I have always been an individual who strives to develop myself continuously. However, this has not been the case lately as the year-end fatigue has been slowly setting in. Reading this book has helped me to redefine my purpose and fine-tune my approach towards achieving my goals. For readers who need help to discover their purpose or those who need to re-discover their purpose in life, Douglas proposes the Ikigai framework tool. Read the book to learn how this tool can bring you clarity and set you on the right path.

One chapter that resonated with me is titled: You Are Good Enough. Social media and the standards of the world can also add to our feelings of inadequacy. This chapter reminds the reader of their unique strength and worth.

It’s Time To Be Inspired is a concise, direct, and well-written book with a clear message. Each chapter begins with a motivational quote. This motivational book also offers practical tools that readers can implement on a daily basis to achieve fulfillment and reach their goals.

There was nothing about the book that I didn’t like; in fact, I found it to be insightful and practical. The book is compact, concise, and straight to the point. I like that it was not preachy nor repetitive.

The book appears to be professionally edited, as I only spotted a couple of errors. None of which hindered my reading experience. For these reasons, I am rating it 4 out of 4.

For some people, it is almost time to take stock of what they have achieved this year. The year might not have unfolded as per your plans, but this book shows you how you can still achieve some of your goals. Readers who enjoy motivational books will delight in this one. Readers who are in search of tools that will help them achieve holistic fulfillment need not search further. The book is geared towards Christians, but it can benefit readers of all religions.

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Post by Ellylion »

Sounds like a great read for self-help book lovers :) Thank you very much for this insightful review!
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Post by John Karanja 1 »

It's a book that promote self improvement and awareness to a person who wants to succeed in any given plan.
Congrats for the good review.
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Post by Raluca_Mihaila »

What a wonderful and motivational story! I loved the idea of the "You Are Good Enough" chapter. Thank you for this great recommendation!
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Post by Pingkaaaww »

A beautiful inspirational book that will encourage the reader to make a difference.
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Post by Rashawn Carter »

Inspirational books are great. They can really help the reader feel encouraged. Thank you for a great review! :D
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This book sounds really helpful as a self help book. I love reading the review. Thanks for the recommendation!
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Post by zainherb »

I too enjoy motivational books and self-development.
This books is right up my alley.
Thanks for the intriguing review
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Post by markodim721 »

I like that the book is short, concise, direct, and with a clear message. Thanks for the reading recommendation.
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Post by vitalisvicky »

I love inspirational books, and this sounds like a a well-crafted one. I'm looking forward reading it. Thanks for your review.
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Post by Prisallen »

This certainly seems like a very inspirational book that can help people to "become better versions of themselves." It sounds like something I would enjoy reading. Thanks for your wonderful review!
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Post by Fransisca Ekezie »

I have an interest in books that inspires one to develop in verse ways. thanks for this beautiful review I anticipate reading the book
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Post by Humera955 »

sounds like an optimistic book
great reveiw
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Post by J Edwards »

Many people make new year resolutions but few are able to accomplish these goals. As per your good review, this book has some strategies to help those who are yet to realize these goals, that is including. I just might read this book. Thanks.
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Post by T T 2 »

I love some inspirational and self-help books. This sounds like a perfect read for me. Thank you for a well-written review!
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