My wife and I are very different from each other. (However, that’s probably why we like each other so much!)
When my she recommends a health and fitness book I generally say, “Honey, you know I don’t love those books… Here’s a better idea, you read it and give me the summary!”
As you might expect, when I have a history book I think she’d enjoy I get a taste of my own medicine and she says, “No thanks, send me the summary.”
In the next few weeks, Five Capitals will be releasing our new book:
Build A Better Life:Practical Tools And Strategies To Develop And Lead Your Life And Business The Way Jesus Would
We want to equip you with tools for your journey to help you succeed in every area of life. You can read more about why we wrote this book in last week’s post.
Here’s what we’re realizing
The bottom line is not every book is for every person. We are all different. And we all have a limited amounts of time and energy. As best we can, we all want to engage with things that will be worth it.
In Build a Better Life, I unpack the tools I have learned through trial and error, great mentors, and my own experience. They are incredibly practical tools and frameworks you can immediately implement into your life. My hope is that they will empower you to live a more abundant and fully engaged life both at work and at home.
You may be wondering, “So, is this book for me?”
Here are three kinds of people I wrote the book for:
1. Committed Christians
The casual Christian might find some of the insights interesting and certain parts challenging. However it’s the committed Christian who is engaged and interested in applying these biblical tools who will get the most out of the book.
2. Business Leaders
We’ve intentionally filled the book with many examples, metaphors, and testimonies to connect with the workplace Christian. We hope these concepts will be inspiring as well as helpful to live an integrated life. We want to enable readers to be the same person in their neighborhood as they are in the boardroom. Our desire is that you would walk away with more confidence and competence to be light and life at work, for your relationships to be healthier and your culture more productive and profitable.
3. People who are Humble & Hungry
As it’s said, “Everyone wants a movement and no one wants to move.” A better life is promised and possible if you are willing to put forth the effort. We believe Jesus meant it when he said, “I have come to give you life, life to the full.” We share some of the “how to” as we help you put your hands and feet to those beliefs.
Sound like you?
If this is you, check out the first couple chapters for FREE when you sign up for our newsletter. We’ll also keep you up to date on the exact release date for the book.
Also, would you help us to get the word out about the book? Here’s how:
- Share on social media about Build A Better Life.
- Post a link to this blogpost or last weeks blogpost on social media.
- Give a friend the link to the newsletter so they can get the free chapters.
Thanks for your help!
We’re pretty excited to pass along the tools in Build A Better Life, mainly because they’ve been so helpful for us personally. Just like an outfitter for a mountain climber, we want to give you tools and strategies to climb the mountain you’re on. We hope Build A Better Life equips you to live life to the full!