In his 52nd book, the tenth of which I now have in my own home, John C. Maxwell brings the esoteric dream into living, breathing color. Coming from the simple perspective that most of us have a dream, yet lack the tools to turn its greyness into the black-and-white of reality, he proposes ten leading questions to help us get there. My version of this book also included its companion volume: My Dream Map, a 50-page workbook for personalizing, journaling, and living your vision.
As with any Maxwell book, the challenge comes early: Put your dream to the test. Spiced with powerful quotes, energizing stories of common-name successes, he draws you through the 10 questions to uncover the gritty realities of a dream you may only have held to yourself. From the beginning of the book, he encourages sharing with three people you are close to, for both evaluation and encouragement of this pursuit. Whether you can only tackle small portions of this book, or are working through the entire thing with your goal clearly in mind, or even simply need inspiration to allow yourself to dream, Maxwell has provided it. Consistently, he also points solidly towards Jesus as the author of our dreams, and the enabler of them to be accomplished.
I found his engaging style to be an easy read, perfect for myself, or a gift – Father’s Day? I highly recommend it.
I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my review, as part of the Booksneeze review blogger group. You can join also! Just click on the button at your right.