By: Kimanzi Constable
Sound Wisdom, 167 Walnut Bottom Road, Shippensburg, PA 17257-0310, 978-1937879242, $ 14.99, 2012, 104 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake, firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspiration for the Reader to Find Passion in Their Work
Kimanzi Constable challenges his reader to dream bigger, get fit, and get rid of negativity. “Are You Living or Existing? – Nine Steps to Change Your Life” sets forth a blueprint for making a radical life change using a nine step – nine month plan. Constable maintains that the first step begins with a change of attitude: an attitude built on the premise that “Life is too short; we can’t just exist anymore, we have to live!” He helps the reader exchange an existence of living in fear of failure for a life where dreams are fulfilled.
The reader is invited to join Constable in a commitment to join him in pursuing nine common sense steps to radically change your life. His writing is easy to read, understand and apply. The beauty of the plan is that it is “Do-able.” An emphasis on family involvement, increasing mind and intellect improvement, and increasing energy levels all add to the practical value of enjoying the change.
“Are You Living or Existing? – Nine Steps to Change Your Life” is a reminder that God put us on this planet with a plan and a purpose; a plan for moving beyond merely existing — to experience a fulfilling life.
A copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.