To fully experience a "ridiculously good life," you must assess your limitations, plan your path to success, become your own best friend-then take action.
Building upon the best-selling success of his first book, Life Without Limits, Nick Vujicic-an internationally-known motivational speaker and evangelist-explains in Faith in Action how anyone can release the power to become all they were created to be. Whether it's faith in their purpose, beliefs, talents, creativity, or relationships, all people can take control of their life and achieve their dreams. So many people of all ages who speak to Nick, write, or leave messages on his websites convey that they feel adrift and out of control. They say they admire Nick because he hasn't allowed his lack of limbs to isolate him, defeat him, or crush his spirit. "How have you managed to build such a 'ridiculously good life?'" they ask. In a word, Nick's answer is: "act!" Check out Nick's Video HERE
Read the first chapter exerpt HERE
NICK VUJICIC is a motivational speaker and the director of Life Without Limbs, an organization for the physically disabled. Born with severe physical disability (he has no arms or legs), Nick has nonetheless become a great inspiration to people around the world, regularly speaking to large crowds on overcoming obstacles and achieving your dreams. A longtime resident of Australia, he now lives in southern California with his wife, Kanae.
Learn more about the author here: http://www.lifewithoutlimbs.org/
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This book is full of heartbreaking and heart wrenching stories. Nick builds those stories into his message of "unstoppable" and how his faith has gotten him through some horrific situations as well as how his faith has helped so many others get through their dark moments in their lives. It took me a while to read this book. Although the end result is an uplifting message, there are so many depressing stories that I just couldn't fathom too hardship at a time. Many of the stories make me wonder if my faith could possibly be that strong. So many messages are universal. Even if you don't have strong faith, the messages Nick relays are often that of determination, communication and understanding.
I would recommend this book to anyone who has or is encountering some struggles in their lives. Although the book does drag on at times, the messages are clear and easy to incorporate into any of our lives.
NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of You Can’t Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded) from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group. All opinions, good or bad are my own.