He then states how he almost hit rock bottom. This is not the ego-driven writing of some louse. Nick Vujicic knows the power of God and the grace He gives.
You'll breeze through ten chapters on believing and achieving.
It's difficult not to compare this book with the previous book of his. It may be a bit too soon but this is the furthering of the story. As a motivational speaker, Nick touches on personal crises, issues with our relationships, challenges with your career, what it's like to feel out of control and other typical motivational topics.
Using his own stories dispersed throughout the anecdotes and experiences of others he has had contact with, you'll read about having a "ridiculously good life" and what it means to be unstoppable.
The glossy photos in the middle are always a nice touch but I just couldn't plow through this book. It seemed like I had read it before when I read the books by other motivational speakers.
The biggest thing going for this author is his life story and the challenges it brings. Like it or not, we are drawn to his deformity and inspired just by his videos and the kind of life he has chosen to lead.
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing.