The Real Win: A Man's Quest for Authentic Success
Most men attempt to measure success through external means. We count our coins, our toys, our pride and ego; yet in the end we often find ourselves empty and still wanting more from life. In this book, The Real Win: A Man's Quest for Authentic Success, Colt McCoy and Matt Carter correctly state,
"The real win means trusting the Lord, walking with Jesus, and living your life in the way he defined it." They state men can get the REAL WIN in four main areas of their lives ~
Winning at home – by leading your family as you demonstrate your love of Jesus to your spouse and children.
Winning at work – we need to remember that we work for God, and our work does not consume us and become an idol.
Winning the Character game – we turn to Jesus for help which produces greater character within us.
Winning the future – as we allow God to mold and refine us. This occurs through the good times and the difficult times of life.
I was not sure I wanted to read this book. It’s just another sports book, but I was struck by the sincerity of McCoy on his young journey in life. He was an outstanding college player, but has not hit it big as some thought in the NFL. Yet, he writes with powerful honesty about his struggles in all areas of life.
This is an excellent book for men. Along with that, my wife picked up the book and really enjoyed reading it as well.
There is also a study guide for a men’s small group discussion in the back of the book.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
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