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Ken Costa – Know Your Why

I don’t really know how to go about reviewing this book. As I was reading, I started making a list of my favourite quotes so that I could use them in my review, but I quickly realised that I was writing down a significant portion of the book, so I had to give that up.

Each chapter¬†focuses on different areas of your calling, for example focus, and patience and courage etc, and everything that Ken says is backed up with biblical facts. He also uses his significant business experience to back up the things he says. The book is mostly focused on how to find your calling within the world of work, especially when your field of work is not something that you would usually consider to be ‘God-centered’. Ken himself was an investment banker so he knows all about this.

The book was just filled with such fantastic knowledge and insight, that I would recommend it to everyone considering what their calling is within the Church. I picked this book as I’ve been doing a leadership course at Church and I thought it would help with my focus, and it was such a good decision. Highly highly recommended.

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