Book Review: #FutureBoards by Sarah Centrella

#Futureboards by Sarah Centrella

I have had a love/hate relationship with the whole manifesting idea for years now.  If one can get beyond the whole idea that the “universe” is the one making things happen, then I am fine with the concept.

Faith can move mountains and, for me, that is faith in Heavenly Father. So, each time “universe” was mentioned in #FutureBoards by Sarah Centrella, I substituted “Heavenly Father”, depending on the context in which the word was used.

Aside from this and the scattering of profanity(nothing hardcore), I think this was an excellent book.  It gives assignments to help you focus on the dreams and desires of your heart. It makes you think and then calls you to action.  Better focus is something that we all need and it helps to have guidance in this area, especially when you’re one prone to just giving up, like me, when it isn’t happening fast enough.

Sarah is definitely very good at projecting hope and the “don’t give up” mindset and I find that refreshing.  It is something that I need at this point in my life.

I think there is something in this book for everyone and recommend it if you have dreams and need guidance to achieve them.

And, hey, if you don’t have dreams, maybe you will after reading this book!

It is available on Amazon.com now.

If you like #FutureBoards, Sarah Centrella also has another book titled Hustle Believe Receive that you might enjoy, too.

               

 

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