I’m flying out this afternoon to the Big Apple for Book Expo America 2007. If you’re planning to attend, be sure to look me up at the Midpoint Trade Books booth, #4839. Of course, what has me ‘come down from my mountain paradise here in the North Carolina Mountains is the release of my book, Life On Purpose: Six Passages to an Inspired Life.
It’s been an exciting adventure, and in many ways the fun is just beginning. The good news, that the ten years it’s taken me to get this book out into the world in this present form, has been well worth it. So far, early reviews have been very positive. Here are a few comments from the latest review that came in on my birthday:
“You can read Life on Purpose superficially, and learn quite a bit about purposeful living. That’s what I intended to do; learn about the whys and wherefores of finding my life purpose. Instead, I found myself engaging with the material, thinking about the questions and doing the assignments. And becoming clear about my own life purpose and how to live it out. The book is engaging enough to pull you into the process.
Dr. Swift draws you into a relationship with him and the book. His language is intimate and encouraging; you feel like he’s there with you, coaching and helping you as surely as if he were speaking with you in person. He manages to translate the coaching relationship into written form, making it accessible for anyone who reads his book.”
You can read the full review here
And here’s what reviewer, Patty Inglish for Reader Views, had to say about it:
Along with Howard Gardner’s works on multiple intelligences theory since 1983, and the many books and other tools available to use in examining one’s vocational calling and skills, Dr. Swift’s book, “Life on Purpose,” should become part of any vocational or spiritual library.
For full review go Here.
If your ready for a summer read that could transform your life, you can learn more about Life On Purpose: Six Passages to an Inspired Life including how to order it Here.