Ms. Gerth provides a detailed explanation of and God's truth against "Five Lies That Keep Us from Dreaming." She helps us to see how our strengths that God has provided each and every one of us are an important aspect of our ability to fulfill our God-sized dream.
Ms. Gerth also gives detailed insight on how we can train our fears that might arise in the midst of working toward our God-sized dream. She likens it to "Cesar Millan, the 'dog whisperer,'" but instead helps us become our "own personal 'fear whisperer.'" Even though fear can be a deterrent to following through on a God-sized dream, fear can also be used to warn us about risks. Ms. Gerth explains this difference and how fear can work for you.
In one chapter, Ms. Gerth gives a description of five disclaimers about God-sized dreams. She says,
Yes, God-sized dreams are beautiful.
Yes, they're worth pursuing.
But they're not all cotton candy and daisies.
There are some things I wish someone had told me about dreams before I got started. And so, my friend, I'm going to share them with you.Ms. Gerth continues on the book to describe what can happen when the dream might go wrong, how we can stop sabotaging ourselves, and why our dream is worth it.
As I said earlier, I am anxious to work through all of these steps that have been provided in this book to move forward with my God-sized dream. Anyone else want to go on their own journey? I would love to support you and be your cheerleader on your journey!
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This book was provided to me for free by Revell Books as part of their blog tour. My opinion of this book has not been influenced in anyway.