- Paperback: 168 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (December 12, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1519635842
- ISBN-13: 978-1519635846
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 120 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,189,329 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Quarter-Life Calling: How to Find Your Sweet Spot in Your Twenties Paperback – December 12, 2015
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About the Author
Paul Sohn is the author of "Quarter-Life Calling" and an award-winning blogger, leadership coach, and public speaker. He is a leadership transformation consultant for GiANT Worldwide. Paul was featured as Top 33 under 33 Christian Millennials to Follow by Christianity Today, and his leadership blog is ranked #15 on the World's Top Leadership Blogs to Follow.
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Paul provides great insight and wisdom into how one can find that sweet spot of living life full of meaning and with purpose. It is tragic to see so many people in all walks and stages of life wasting away their precious years in uncertainty and purposelessness. The life that God created for joy and enjoyment is often sapped by misguided and wrongly prioritized pursuits. I've been in pastoral ministry for 18 years now. I've counseled countless number of teens, college students, singles, young professionals, and even married couples struggling to understand God's calling over their life. I wished this book had been available many years earlier. I would definitely have placed them into the hands of many as a practical guide to understanding God and discerning His call over their lives. With personal illustrations and a wide-range of insights gleaned from respectable sources, Paul brings clarity to the understanding and definition of what calling is all about. This book is a rich resource and a practical guide for discerning and living in the sweet spot of your life.
This book is a must-read for everyone - even those beyond their twenties and those who have yet to hit them. As a pastor, I know that this is one of those books to have multiple copies of in my bookshelf for those who come to seek counsel.
I was once a tax accountant working in the high net worth sectors. A few years ago, I hit what was described by Paul the “Quarter Life Crisis”. I am anxious about many things – when would I get the next promotion, how much would I make for the next few decades, when I can afford to buy a house (I live in Vancouver, Canada, where real estate prices are through the roof).
Additionally, there are so many choices of career I can venture into, my mind is too busy figuring out which is my true calling and hence it took me a long time to finally decide on developing my own marketing agency, which is aligned with my passion, personality, gift and life experience, as highlighted in the book. The Venn Diagram presented by Paul is very intriguing – the sweet spot is the intersection of those four elements. At the end of every chapter, there are many reflection questions that would assist you in inching closer and closer to the answer of the big question “What is my true calling?”.
The book is an interesting amalgamation of biblical teaching and Paul’s practical experience in Human Resources + coaching. I recommend this book to any Christians seeking to understand their life calling better, not just millennials.
This resource over-delivers on its promise! Guaranteed clarity on discovering your purpose in life and finding that sweet spot.