I am a get information reader. I am not one to just sit down and read a book for the pleasure of it, so that is why I really like this book. Do Great Things is an action book, a self-identication manual. Aaron challenges you from the first chapter with the question, “If you knew you could do whatever your heart was designed to do with complete fulfillment, excitement, passion, and adventure, without the possibility of failing, would you do it?” This really got my attention and made me want to read on.
Many of us need to change our thinking in order for us to do great things. Aaron does a great job of helping you through this process with challenging self-examination questions and assignments. He helps you to identify your life’s priorities. Aaron then walks you through goal setting and helps you identify specific goals with a specific plan to achieve your goal, anticipate the obstacles, create urgency, and then document and review your goals daily.
“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” Milton Berle.
I love this quote in reference to seeing or making opportunities that others don’t see. I have always been a person that asks lots of questions, and I try to figure things out especially when looking at the big picture. Aaron gives some great examples of this and helps you to think outside the box.
Aaron goes on to talk about how Doing Great Things takes hard work, action, leadership, and wisdom.
This is a great book and I would recommend it to anyone in business, thinking about going into business, or just wanting to identify their God given purpose in life.
In addition to editing Kingdom Business Journal, Lowell writes about organic cooking and gardening at Lowell Lane.
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