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There are so many things that, once discovered, changed the world for the better. Author Raashid Brown suggests that finding and living in your purpose is the greatest discovery! This book was written to aid individuals who are existing, but not living in their purpose. The book further suggests you were created with intent in mind and once you start to live in that intention you will get the attention that comes with being effective and impactful! Anyone struggling with embracing their identity, coping with being different or who knows they are chosen and called but don't know what steps to take to fulfill the calling should listen to this book.

©2016 Raashid K. Brown (P)2016 Gwendolyn Evans

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An inspiring book!

What made the experience of listening to You Are the Greatest Discovery the most enjoyable?

I found this book to me much more realistic and practical than many self-help books.

What was one of the most memorable moments of You Are the Greatest Discovery?

I like the way that he compares discovering our identity to discovering other important things in our world. I never really considered that my identity and purpose was that important.

What does John Alan Martinson Jr. bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

It's easier for me to relate to self-help books that I hear rather than just read. They make more sense to me and I can identify with them.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I found that the entire book was inspiring.

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Inspiring and Thought-Provoking

This audiobook is unique among self-help books in Raashid K. Brown's words are inspiring, but are is also realistic. This is a great listen for any Christians out there who are struggling with both discovering their purpose and achieving it.
Also, John Alan Martinson Jr.'s performance was excellent. Not only is his speech clear and pleasant, but the actual audio is of good quality. It is easy to tell that a lot of effort was put into the production of this audiobook both by the author of the actual book, and the fellow who narrated it.