The Power-Based Life by Mike Flynt – Review

I recently had the opportunity to read the following book:

The Power Based Life by Mike Flynt

Book Description

Strategies for finding true significance and effectiveness in life.

Strength training coach Mike Flynt offers his twelve life strategies that readers can use to strengthen their bodies, minds, and spirits as they become the people God created—and then find the work they were designed to do. These strategies or power bases illustrate principles that enable us to meet challenges and face each day’s pressures with confidence. They include:

*Playing to your strengths *Mastering the essentials *Cultivating a winning attitude *Defying the skeptics *Knowing who you play for *Practicing radical mercy *Sowing in health to reap a longer life

The Power-Based Life is filled with stories of football, business, and family experiences from Mike’s life and others. Each principle, based on a biblical truth, offers a “power-up” for the journey. Join Coach Flynt to discover and then realize your own life’s dreams and goals.

My Review:

In this book, Mike Flynt highlights a dozen points for helping you to realize your life goals and dreams.

I admit that because I’m not a football fan, I was initially turned off by the many sports analogies he shares in the book.  After reading for awhile, however, I was able to recognize and appreciate the value that it brought to the book.  I think the sports talk makes this book especially powerful for sports fans and young adults.

Thought provoking, meaningful, and quite spiritual, this book is a great motivator. Mike Flynt has motivated and inspired me to try harder and to do better at living my best life.  It provides many scriptural references that make it all the better.  It’s a book I’d recommend to anyone, Christians and non-Christians alike, although as I said, I do think sports fans are gonna like it the most!

I received this book free of charge from www.booksneeze.com for the purpose of this review.  I was given no monetary compensation.  The opinions are mine, and mine alone.

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