Be Uncommon: 40 Ways to Leave Average Behind

Be Uncommon: 40 Ways to Leave Average Behind

by John Mason
Be Uncommon: 40 Ways to Leave Average Behind

Be Uncommon: 40 Ways to Leave Average Behind

by John Mason


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God created you to be you, not someone else. So why do we so often settle for less? Why do we bow to the pressure to conform to others' expectations of us rather than boldly being the person we were meant to be? Why do we pretend to be satisfied with average, ordinary . . . common? What would it be like if we actually believed God desires to do something extraordinary with our lives?

In this inspiring new book from the bestselling author of An Enemy Called Average, you'll find the motivation and encouragement you need to stop settling and start stretching toward the goal of being you in the way only you can! In short, punchy chapters, John Mason shows you how to face down fear, doubt, criticism, and apathy with enthusiasm, decisiveness, persistence, and honesty. He shows you how to seek God's direction, develop wisdom, manage your time and energy, and take risks.

Outside of your comfort zone is where you'll find true fulfillment and contentment as you develop into the exceptional, extraordinary, uncommon person you were always meant to be. So what are you waiting for?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780800738921
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/14/2023
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

John Mason is a national bestselling author, noted speaker, and executive author coach. He is the founder and president of Insight International, an organization dedicated to helping people reach their God-given dreams and fulfill their destinies. He's authored more than 30 books, including Believe You Can, An Enemy Called Average, You're Born an Original—Don't Die a Copy, and Beat Self-Defeat. His books have sold over two million copies and are translated into nearly 40 languages throughout the world.
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