“Intuitive Rebel: Tuning into the Voice that Matters” is an account of perspicacious dissidence that extends past its margins and into the passion and purpose of every reader.
To read this visionary tale of the journey of personal voice is to spend time with the infinity of potential. All that is Charles Holt is catalogued in his tale of challenge and defeat as he discovers and ultimately heeds the voice of his calling.
Charles reminds us that we are not alone. That each of us has the voice of a family member, a so-called friend and even a contrary voice within that insists on having its way; voices that much like children must be “trained in the way they should go”.
As you read Charles’ story, you will mourn and celebrate at once. You will find yourself cheering for him and for yourself. You will remember your more unfortunate experiences of your life with a renewed perspective.
In the end, however, you will feel that you were with Charles at the finish line of each of his accomplishments; and you will rekindle your commitment to faithfully endure the contests of your own life. And, if you are fortunate as I have been, you will one day find yourself in the audience of one of Charles’ mesmerizing and rousing performances, where you will hear “the voice” through his voice; the voice calling you into a brush with your own greatness.
(A Review of “Intuitive Rebel: Tuning in to the Voice that Matters”, by
Charles Holt; Hay House Publishing: ISBN 978-1-4019-4032-4, $21.95
Note: I received this book for free from Hay House
Publishing (www. hayhouse.com) for this review. The opinion in this
review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product.
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