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Success is not a thing you acquire or achieve, it is a journey you take your whole life. With a compelling challenge to "Check Your Passion," this book ignites people's ability to choose what they do, why they do it, and who they do it with. 'Enjoy the Ride' enables readers to identify their dreams and puts genuine success within their reach. Success is not limited to thosSuccess is not a thing you acquire or achieve, it is a journey you take your whole life. With a compelling challenge to "Check Your Passion," this book ignites people's ability to choose what they do, why they do it, and who they do it with. 'Enjoy the Ride' enables readers to identify their dreams and puts genuine success within their reach. Success is not limited to those with financial resources or talents. By reading this book, you will learn practical principles to put you on the road to success....

Title : Enjoy the Ride: How to Experience the True Joy of Life
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ISBN : 9781601940025
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 102 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Enjoy the Ride: How to Experience the True Joy of Life Reviews

  • John
    2019-03-06 01:19

    I debated between 2 and 3 stars on this one but decided with three since the message is a good one. After paging through the book it seemed more like a long, expensive pamphlet than a book. The 13pt font and the fact that every third page is practically blank made it apparent that the auther was just trying to stretch out his message long enough to make the $20 price tag worthwhile.As I said though, the message was very good and beneficial. That is probably worth the read, if not the price.My other gripe about it is how he constantly brings his faith into the book. I understand that this is where he is coming from, and that is his touch-stone to who he is and how he wants to function within the world. I get that. What always puts me off about such things, however, is how when authors say "I'm a Christian," there always seems to be that unspoken "and if you are not then you are stupid heathen and I pitty you." He does not actually say these things, of course, but I have heard them enough from the rest of the super-Christian world to hear it between the lines. Whether that is a correct assumption or not, I can't say, but it is what I hear.

  • Jolene
    2019-03-19 04:36

    This book really motivated me to examine my life and my perspectives. It talks about following your dreams and what you're passionate about regardless of what others think. It's a good reminder that "things" don't matter, relationships and the choices we make and how we live our life matters. It cations against getting so caught up in the process of things that we forget the real purpose of why we're doing it. It made me want to focus more on being grateful for what I have and enjoying the stage of life I'm in right now instead of falling into the "I'll be happy when..." trap. There are fun stories throughout the book which illustrate his points. I saw him speak in person at a convention and he was fantastic.

  • Laura Reading
    2019-03-19 02:19

    Enjoy the Ride feels like a personal conversation with a caring wellness guru.Using examples from his own life and his family, the author shows the importance of taking responsibility for your thoughts and actions. Don't expect an external cause to deliver the results you desire. While this is a brief book, take time to absorb the concepts and message.Learn to focus on the most important things in your life that deserve your attention now.Don't wish to be exactly like everyone else but surround yourself with people who share your values. Be aware of how your thoughts create results.

  • Betsy Wynkoop
    2019-03-11 20:40

    This is a wonderful book that should inspire anyone who reads it to enjoy life to its fullest. I had the pleasure of meeting Steve and he is just as genuine in person as he comes across in his books.

  • Cee Cee H.Caldwell-Miller
    2019-03-09 02:25

    i just simply love it especially the story that was interwoven into it.

  • Claudia
    2019-02-22 20:29

    quick easy read. very insightful, and life affirming. I'm thankful I borrowed it and actually read it. I really needed that jolt of self reflection.now I must go do.

  • Bill
    2019-03-12 23:42

    Quick read and very powerful message. 90 minutes to finish but lots more time spent reflecting on the messages.

  • Stacey
    2019-02-23 03:21

    This is what I consider a self help book, very important pieces to the book...but somewhat slow read. I will refer to this book in the future!

  • Kyle Elworthy
    2019-03-13 23:37

    Quick read, great message. Will have varying impact on where you are in life. Lot of good nuggets

  • Jenn
    2019-03-02 02:46

    I had to read this book for work. It is a typical "motivational" book. It did remind me to stop and enjoy the truly important things in life, but it was really just "okay."

  • Anita
    2019-03-10 04:26

    A typical motivational speaker's book. Watch his speech instead.