By Rogers Wanambwa
KIU, Main Campus - I always find Bishop T. D. Jakes' books phenomenal, this book notwithstanding.
Written in a very simplistic fashion, Jakes brings you to where you get out of your normal standpoint and you actually start viewing your life through a different lens, one where you can start realizing your full potential as a person and work on yourself.
Throughout the book, he uses personal examples, as he normally does, to show how he has navigated his own life and the lessons he has learnt from his experiences. These he uses to try to get you to see your life as he sees his.
That in every situation, you can learn and become better and that you always have an instinctual feeling for what will work for you, as a person.
Be it a leader, or Christian or simply a student, everyone has their goals and aspirations and this book tries to show you how to live and lead a life that will bring you there. It basically teaches you to tap into your inner self to achieve greatness.
What I love about Bishop Jakes' books is that they are all-encompassing in that even those that don't follow his faith can still gain from them without bias.
All in all, the book helps you to start recognizing your instincts in order to help you navigate life.
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