Days away from a new year, new and updated goals, a desire for a fresh start to 2015 – this book fit into the jigsaw puzzle of books I have read recently. The concept of being proactive in my life and taking the necessary steps to NOT be mediocre. The book is built upon a question that when used helps the reader to approach differently their life. I enjoyed how the chapters were not long and were easy to read. It is designed so that the reader can reflect on the material or simply read it straight through. Andy takes time helping readers understand where he wants to go with the book before he presents the question and from there expounds on that question in various aspects of life.
The book has caused me to pause and reflect on how I respond to life but also what question am I asking as I make decisions. Am I being wise? As I am preparing for the new year and dreaming a bit, I find myself pulling in the question Andy poses in his book “Ask It”. The book is easy to read and one I see myself returning to over the years.
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