Sunday, October 21, 2012

Total Blueprint for World Domination by Jolene Stockman Review & Giveaway

From Goodreads - Target big dreams and build a plan to achieve them! You've got one life, one shot, and all the power to make it happen. Get ready to dream big and live big. It's all up to you. And it starts now.

Total Blueprint for World Domination (17,000 words) is a powerful life-planning book for teens that will inspire. The book lets readers:
*Explore hidden passions and find direction.
*Create heart-pounding, toe-tingling goals.
*Recruit an army for support.
*Design a dream world and make it happen.
*Achieve world domination step-by-step.

Full of tips and tricks for tackling life's challenges, Total Blueprint for World Domination is a book that will motivate readers to take their life to the next level.

Anything is possible. And anything is possible for you. Believe it. Total Blueprint for World Domination takes you from this very second to your greatest dreams. So, are you ready?

We all dream and then the years fly by, and what have we really accomplished? If you achieved all of your goals and have the perfect life, my hat is off to you.  I wish this book had been around when I was a teenager.  I had all of these plans and then I lost track of what I wanted to do - basically putting them on the back burner until the time was right.  But when is the time really right? You only live once.

Stockman has written a really inspiring and uplifting book for teenagers.  I'm not a teenager, but I have two of them and have already suggested that they read this book.  Stockman not only suggests how to find your goals that are catered to your own strengths, but she shows you how to set out your goals and the steps needed to achieve them.  

 It's written in a way that is easy to read and follow, but with such motivation that it made me sit up and take notice.  Sure, you can set your goals for what you want to be, a doctor or fireman for example, but what about your spiritual goals or your goals for a healthier you? She tackles those subjects as well with joy and candidness.  A must have book for any library - teen or not! Most motivational books can be dry, but Stockman is far from that.  Entertaining and educating with lots of enthusiasm is sure to get most off of the couch and out seeking their own world domination!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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