“The Art of Work”

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The review for today is “The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do” by Jeff Goins.

Life is hard and finding where we stand is not always easy. With work, family, children and the world going at the speed of light some days, we may not always see the big picture before us. We may not be able to make the time, but that exactly what we need to do. Make the time.

What are we suppose to do with our lives? How are we to approach finding our purpose, our goal or as Mr. Goins says, our awareness to who we are?

This book is divided into sections to help us do just that.

-Preparation

-Action

-Completion

-Conclusion

Each chapter is further divided into points to address or read that could be of use to the reader. Throughout the book are interviews that were conducted to give us an insight on how people have done just that, finding their awareness in life.

I been meaning to buy this book but just never got around to it. Having the opportunity to receive a free print copy to review, I immediately jumped on it. I have read some of his other works and subscribe to his newsletter.

Jeff didn’t disappoint. He has a knack of writing in such a way that what he is trying to convey just makes sense. The various interviews helped us to realize it is possible to obtain this for our own lives. While this book may not be for everyone, if you are trying to find reason, find that missing je n’e sais quoi in your life, this book could give you clues on how to do so.

This book was received for free in exchange for an honest review.

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