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The Power-Based Life by Mike Flynt Review

Mike Flynt has been a life-long coach and consultant. At the age of fifty-nine, he returned to his alma mater, Sul Ross State University, to play football. In The Power-Based Life, Flynt inspires people of any generation to dream big, be positive, and rise above any obstacles. He tells us that often the biggest obstacle is ourselves. Flynt says, “This is not going to be easy…There will be days when you feel every impulse to take the path of least resistance. You are going to have to want it more than the other guy. You are going to have to want it longer. And you are going to have to walk away from some other things you might enjoy doing.”

Flynt believes that one of the secrets for accomplishing goals in life is to take an eclectic approach—focusing on body, mind, and spirit. He shares twelve strategies for helping people grow physically, mentally, and spiritually. For example, Flynt says that cultivating a winning attitude involves enlarging our perspective. He says, “Take your eyes off the tree and look at the forest.” Spiritually, Flynt says, we need to let our lives be a testimony to God. He says, “People can say they don’t believe in God, but they can’t argue with the experience of your life.” Concerning difficult situations, Flynt’s advice is to learn from them. “We are going to confront things we cannot change; therefore, we must allow them to change us.”

The Power-Based Life is full of wisdom and practical tips for living. It is useful for helping anyone lead a life dedicated to achieving success while staying faithful to God.

★★★☆☆

For more information about Mike Flynt, go to his website here.
 
 
 

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