Thursday, September 4, 2014

29 Questions for the Ordinary Life: Revealing the Profound Amidst the Ordinary


29 Questions for the Ordinary Life: Revealing the Profound Amidst the Ordinary invites readers to know that the questions they ask in life will change everything. These thought-provoking questions are answered through engaging and humorous stories that expose one of life’s most critical lessons: what you get in life is a direct result of the questions you put forth. If fear is holding you back from the life you truly see, then this book will empower you to release the limitations keeping you from your personal greatness. 

With humor and wisdom, the author explores the reasons we are afraid to ask questions. 
• Why is it so hard to forgive? 
• What would I do today if I were brave? 
• How do you fill an empty spirit? 

Through these twenty-nine seemingly simple questions, you will be invited to embrace an extraordinary life. 

The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to question and by seeking we may come to know the truth. - Pierre Abelard 

Book Except: 

What would I do today if I were brave? 
This is one of my most favorite questions thus far in life. Simply asking the question stirs my imagination of possibilities of what could be done in my life if I were brave. I believe it needs to be asked on a daily basis as you plant your bare feet on the ground before you get into your comfortable slippers. 

American author James Robinson says, "Greatness, in the last analysis, is largely bravery - courage in escaping from old ideas and old standards and respectable ways of doing things." It is that type of greatness that this question evokes. It is looking at shaking up our lives from the mundane to the possibilities of growth and greatness. 
So I asked this question to a group of my friends and colleagues and these are their answers: 

Biography: 

Sought after for his humor and wisdom, international speaker and counselor Norman Bouchard inspires people to closely examine their assumptions and transform their perceptions. In doing so, they will be open to a new awareness of who they are and what they are meant to be. 

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