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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
Authors Charmaine Hammond and Debra Kasowski help the reader navigate along their destination with a fabulous book entitled "GPS Your Best Life: Charting Your Destination and Getting There in Style". This is a great book on helping the reader understand how not to allow circumstances in life detour one from one's main purposes of life. Everyone is traveling along life's journey and getting side-tracked is quite possible, but the authors give tremendous insight and wisdom on how to stay focused and move forward in a grand fashion. One chapter deals with dreams and how they seem to be the fuel to your engine. Everyone needs dreams and a drive to move in the direction where they have placed their goals and ideals. There is also great wisdom shared in the chapter entitled 'Roadblocks, Detours and Potholes.' Everyone will face these types of situations within their lives; however, what they do with them is what changes the course of the journey.
When difficulties come one's way, there is the choice to be detained by the circumstances or overcome them and become the person you were designed to be. There is also the beautiful point shared, that one must celebrate along the journey by "gratitude, giving and gifting." When we express thankfulness, give of ourselves and give gifts we become a person others desire to be around. This is a very insightful and well-written book. It is a book that any reader should find strength, encouragement and support from. I would quickly recommend it.