"Sweet spot." Golfers understand the term. So do tennis players. Ever swung a baseball bat or paddled a Ping-Pong ball? If so, you know the oh-so-nice feel of the sweet spot. Life in the sweet spot rolls like the downhill side of a downwind bike ride. But you don't have to swing a bat or a club to know this. What engineers give sports equipment, God gave you. A zone, a region, a life precinct in which you were made to dwell. He tailored the curves of your life to fit an empty space in his jigsaw puzzle. And life makes sweet sense when you find your spot.But if you're like 87 percent of workers, you haven't found it. You don't find meaning in your work--or you're one of the 80 percent who don't believe their talents are used. What can you do? You're suffering from the common life, and you desperately need a cure.
Best-selling author Max Lucado has found it. In Cure for the Common Life, he offers practical tools for exploring and identifying your own uniqueness, motivation to put your strengths to work, and the perfect prescription for finding and living in your sweet spot for the rest of your life.
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This book could be a career guide for anyone stuck in finding their own purpose. It outlines how to look at your life in light of the gifts and passions God gave you, and encourages you to use those gifts and passions to serve God in all you do. I highly recommend this book for anyone feeling stuck or at a loss as to what to do with their life and career.
Only a few books can help people change their life from frustrating rat-race to enjoying heaven on earth. THIS IS ONE OF THEM. Whether you believe in God or not: READ. You're in for a sweet awakening. blessings.
Loved the narrator, Ben Holland. He' calm and professional demeanor brought the book to life.
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