It’s time to find your potential! – Book Review

     Tired of feeling common? Not sure where you fit in the world? Tired of your everyday routines? Not sure where your sweet spot is anymore? You know that moment where you know you are doing what you were created to do, that moment where everything just makes sense.  The Cure for the Common Life is here to help you find your sweet spot again. Lucado goes chapter by chapter to remind you to look at the things that are truly your strengths rather than the things you may just be doing or were thrown into. He reminds us to focus on our strengths and remember the moments where we truly felt successful.  Through this book and the resources Lucado has provided you will be able to determine where your God-given strengths lie, and help to remind you of the moments in life where you have truly felt successful.
     I really enjoyed this book, especially being at a point of trying to figure out where I should be going and what I should be doing, the cure for the common life was a great start to help in defining the things that I am gifted at and how I can use them to please God and to help others.  Lucado reminded me that although many times people ask us to do things we help because we feel like we are supposed to and we feel bad because we think no one else will step up, but doing things that are not in our giftings drags up down and does not help to further the kingdom of what God has called us to do individually.

This book was provided complimentary by in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed are my own.

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