Woodrow Wilson once said, “all big men are dreamers.” In order to grow as a person, every man should at least start with a dream. A person who doesn’t dream of anything is like a person who’s alive but not living.
“It’s one thing to have a dream and another to do the things needed to achieve it,” according to John C. Maxwell. In the book Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions to Help You See It and Seize It, the internationally respected author shares his insights on the difference between a dreamer and someone who achieves his dream.
Maxwell asks you 10 straightforward and powerful questions that will test your dream. Here you’ll analyze whether your dream is worth pursuing and the reflections that you’ll make from it is priceless. I know a lot of people who lost hope and stopped dreaming just because they failed to reach their dreams. But this book makes you realize that sheer will nor talent are not enough. Learning how to test your dream will make it more easier for you to succeed and turn from a dreamer to an achiever.
I love this book. Not only is it motivational but it also encourages me to reflect, discover and evaluate my dreams more deeply than I could have ever did on my own. The ten questions act as a practical guide to anyone raring to reach their dreams.
I recommend this book to everyone who wants to pursue their dreams. If you dream big, put your dream to the test and bring it to life.
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