I met Tyler Zey on the Luther group on Linkedin. He is a remarkable young man who has already started an internet busineess and some blogs. I admire his ambition and entrepreneurship!
Check out his site: ChangeJars.com
Here is his review of my book:
Rob Severson’s “Connecting Peace, Prosperity, and Purpose” is a neatly formed autobiography that covers many of the issues we at ChangeJars are passionate about. A former Luther College student, Rob has lived a life full of change. His professional life made him questions values in a way that defines a person. His book and life story sketch out the kernels of truth that he found throughout this journey. These truth touch on topics like control, relationships, and most importantly the purpose of living. The essence of this book is a flowing self-narrative that captures audiences with sound values. All this is done while carefully avoiding coming off as a sermon.
Rob’s book is honest and more importantly is dedicated to describing a way of living that focuses on other’s rather than self-fulfillment. Laced between the lines of grave reflection about alcohol addiction and major job losses are light lines of humor.
“I have heard that drinking alone is comparable to wetting our pants in a blue suit. At first, we feel warm inside, but no one notices it. Then it starts to smell and makes us uncomfortable, and maybe crabby. Hate and resentments are the same way except you do not feel warm inside—just angry.”
Rob’s story reflects the possibility of change. Change is a catalyst for great things. And this read offers many suggestions about how to make change in life and the lives of others. To find the book follow the links below.
We are proud to welcome Rob to the ChangeJar Community.