Book Review: The Four Doors

It seems odd to be writing a book review when we’re in the middle of a pandemic. I read The Four Doors when I was on a flight out to San Jose, California about a week before the panic shopping and stay home orders began. It was my annual trip to the Bay Area where I grew up and I decided to start the book on the flight out there. I finished the book before I landed.

The Four Doors written by Richard Paul Evans is an inspirational journey that is built on four pillars for a more fulfilling life. It really all begins with you and how you view yourself within the world. And what a chaotic time it is to take a step back and think about that.

It’s good to step back though and evaluate where you are in life, how you feel and what you want to change. After the pandemic passes, and it will, do you want to go back to what you were doing prior? Did you like the constant state of busy? Did you enjoy the people you interacted with the most between your personal and professional life? Think about what you don’t want to go back to once we return to normalcy. I’m sure you can think of a few things. I can. The first step to positive change in your life is making a choice.

With inspiring stories woven through the book, you’ll learn how the four doors represent all that can be right and wrong in your life and provides the small, daily changes that are needed to make that change. You will learn how to build a live that is full of purpose and joy. The four doors are:

  1. Believe There’s a Reason You Were Born
  2. Free Yourself From Limitation
  3. Magnify Your Life
  4. Develop of Love-Centered Map

Change is possible. We just need to make choices each and every day in order for change to become our reality. The Four Doors is a quick read and worth your time. As we navigate through these trying times, it will serve as a guide for you today, tomorrow and as you create your future you.

 

 

 

 

This book review includes the thoughts and opinions of the blog owner. No compensation was exchanged for this review.

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