WHAT DREW ME TO THIS BOOK?
The illustration of a kitty cat looking into the mirror with a lion looking back at him caught my attention as well as the title of the book.
The book, I’M TIRED OF BEING ORDINARY, ARE YOU? is a 52 week advice on being extraordinary written by WM. ALLEN. It’s an entertaining, humorous book of advice with quotes and film references. We all want to be extraordinary and we also want to reach our full potential.
Do you dream about being extraordinary but think your status as a merely ordinary person is etched in stone? The truth is that it is never too late to change your life. The key is determination—-guided by a little sage advice from another “ordinary” individual in pursuit of an amazing life.
I’m Tired of Being Ordinary, Are You? is an entertaining and empowering guide that will change your life in one year–if you let it. Comprised of fifty-two steps that will lead you to the life you imagined (but deemed impossible), each weekly lesson begins with a joke and ends with a movie suggestion to keep you laughing and inspired as you undertake the difficult journey that lies ahead.
Wake up to your potential, and put your dreams into action. Remember: this is your life–why not discover just how incredible it can be?
WHAT I LIKED ABOUT THE BOOK:
There was a lot I liked about this book. It was entertaining, it had jokes and movie references that you could laugh at. Also, I liked the fact it was divided into 52 weeks or 1 year. Everybody’s life is a journey, this book just helps you with your journey and reach your potential. Love the title and the illustration of the kitten looking in the mirror with a lion looking back. In my opinion, this could be interpreted as kitten just being ordinary but when the kitten becomes extraordinary the kitten sees the lion in the mirror.
WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE ABOUT THE BOOK:
This book was well written and the illustration on the front cover was well done. I can’t think of anything at this time that I didn’t like.
WHERE THIS BOOK CAN BE BOUGHT:
Wm. Allen’s book is available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Books – A – Million.
Wm. Allen’s blog is Harmony Books & Films, LLC . This is a great blog. I just love reading his posts/articles.