John Mason is a pastor and world-wide speaker. He is the founder and president of Insight International a foundation dedicated to helping people use all of their gifts and talents while obeying the plan God has for their lives.
Let Go of Whatever Makes You Stopby John L. Mason
John Mason launched an all-out attack on mediocrity in his best-selling books "An Enemy Called Average" and "You're Born an Original-Don't Die A Copy". In this book you'll find 52 new nuggets of truth that will break down the barriers to
Hold on! You're on the verge of discovering new momentum for your life. God wants you to let go of whatever makes you stop.
John Mason launched an all-out attack on mediocrity in his best-selling books "An Enemy Called Average" and "You're Born an Original-Don't Die A Copy". In this book you'll find 52 new nuggets of truth that will break down the barriers to excellence in your life.
Think about it...
• Don't belittle...be big
• Impatience is one big "get-ahead ache"
• Bite off more than you can chew
• Constantly frustrate tradition with you creativity and imagination
• Stay out of your own way
• When you're trying to be like someone else, the best you can be is number two
• Paths without obstacles don't lead anywhere
John Mason's practical principles, scriptural motivation and godly wisdom will put unfulfilled dreams where they belong - out of your life!
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I love this book! I finished reading it about 2 months ago and I keep it with me in my purse at all times. I have found many occassions where I was able to resort back to the book to either encourage myself or someone else. I love how he takes motivational quotes and bases them off of scripture. All nuggets are short reads, maybe a page to a page in a half long. Example: 'Look at things not as they are, but as they can be. Vision adds value to everything. Life can be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards. Keep your eye on the road, and use your rear view mirror only to avoid trouble.'