This is my favorite Bob Goff book so far! Some of Bob’s books make you laugh. Some make you cry. This one makes you think. I love good questions. In one of the chapters, Bob gives these three simple questions that I’ve found powerful for determining the direction you want to go:
- Who are you?
- Where are you?
- What do you want?
Find and Reach Your Biggest Dreams
Bob Goff, the New York Times bestselling author of Love Does and Everybody, Always, is on a mission to help people recapture the version of their lives they dreamed about before fear started calling the shots. He wants them to dream big.
In his revelatory yet utterly practical new book, Bob takes you on a life-proven journey to rediscover your dreams and turn them into reality. Based on his enormously popular Dream Big workshop, Bob draws on a lifetime of living and dreaming large to help you reach your larger-than-life dreams. In Dream Big he shows how to
- learn to define clearly your dreams for yourself,
- identify the obstacles holding you back,
- come up with a specific plan for reaching goals, and
- develop the tools that will help you act on the plan.
Dream Big is the only book you need to uncover the wild and exciting dream for your life you’ve hidden from yourself–and help you take the steps necessary to achieve it.
I don’t remember how I came across the Rip Van Stroopwafels, but I’m glad I did. They are low in sugar and have low net carbs. They are a great little Dutch snack, so not only are they tasty; you feel fancy eating them at the same time!
2020 has thrown a lot of us for a loop … including pastors. It’s been described as a triathlon you didn’t know you were part of. Just when you finished running and thought you were finished, somebody hands you a bike. Between COVID-19, racial strain, and politics, its been a challenging year. This post reminded me to pray for my fellow pastors during this season.
A Quote from I’m Thinking About
I used to be afraid of failing at something that really mattered to me, but now I’m more afraid of succeeding at things that don’t matter.” — Bob Goff