Item description for Dare to Be: 70 Questions That Lead to Life's Most Important Answers by John Mason...
Overview There's a way to know where to go when you look at your future. It's a secret all successful people use?asking the right questions.
Best-selling author John Mason unveils a lifetime of wisdom in the seventy indispensable questions designed to find answers to building a better life!
If you're just starting out on life's journey or have been there a while and want a new direction, get ready to discover:
- The right question to ask when you are stuck - The question you should ask everyday - The question that unlocks opportunities for you - The question that helps you really believe God's Word - The question that checks to make sure your motives are correct - The question God loves to hear
Publishers Description * The right question to ask when you are stuck * The question you should ask every day * The question that unlocks opportunities for you * The question that helps you really believe God's Word * The question that checks to make sure your motives are correct
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More About John Mason
John Mason is the founder and president of Insight International, the author of ten books including An Enemy Called Average, a minister, and a motivational speaker. John, his wife, and their four children live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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70 one page gems to supercharge your life Oct 20, 2006
Reviewed by Cindy Lynn Jacobs for Reader Reviews (10/06)
Author John Mason's book "Dare to Be" is divided into 70 questions designed specifically for readers with busy lifestyles who want to supercharge their lives. Mason draws from a huge pool of resources to present brief and powerful motivating answers to these questions. Each one-page reflection is selected carefully and composed of quotes and truths to impact even the greatest pessimist. Mason encourages individuals, to "Read this book when you're alone, dreaming of what God has for you."
In just three to four paragraphs, Mason manages to challenge his readers to take positive steps to a better life. For example, "Is fear causing you to run from something that isn't after you?" If so, Mason suggests readers follow Dr. Rob Gilbert's advice: "It's all right to have butterflies in your stomach. Just get them to fly in formation." Mason also notes that "Fear can keep you from going where you could have won. Don't let your fears steal from you and prevent you from pursuing your dream."
Another example is, "Do you start your day in neutral?" According to Mason, "Too many people lose an hour in the morning, and then spend the rest of the day trying to recapture it. Instead, start your day on the offensive." He quotes John Burroughs as saying "The lesson which life repeats and constantly reinforces is, `Look under foot.' You are always nearer than you think ... The great opportunity is where you are. Do not despise your own place and hour."
Several years ago I purchased Mason's book "An Enemy Called Average." This book sits on my desk at work as a constant encouragement and motivation. "Dare to Be" will also be added to my desktop library as a reference to remind me to always move forward and that, with God's help, I can achieve my dreams. I recommend you buy two--one for yourself and one for a friend.