I’ve always said I love it when other authors get published. These particular authors and this particular book makes me that much happier because Rusty is a friend of mine.
Let’s start with the book blurb for Entrepurpose:
You are here for a reason. So, the question is: Why?
Entrepurpose is a book inspired by 13 intense years of struggle to find the answer to the question,
“Why am I here?”
That journey took me through three depressions, alcoholism, and unhealthy weight gain as I tried to reconcile my life without purpose.
Now that I know my why, I have experienced an infusion of life and focus that I have never felt before.
This work has become my mission, and I can enjoy it more fully each day. But, it came at a price. That price was 13 years.
My story is our gift to you.
Inside these pages are the tools and principles that led me to understand what I was born to do.
If you apply these principles to your life, you will begin to see that every experience, no matter how painful, is part of your strength. If you feel different from others, a misfit perhaps, this book will show you why different is better than better. Maybe, for the first time, you will begin to accept who you are.
Whatever the reason that brought you here, know that you are here for a reason. That reason can be understood, and once you know it, you will have a responsibility to impact the world in the way only you can.
Welcome to your rebirth.
This book is already doing well, and I couldn’t be happier for the creators. It reached number 1 in three categories: Business and Money, Education and Education and Reference.
What’s most important about this book is, it’s designed to help people who truly feel low. All the feedback I’ve seen and all the messages I’ve read continue to say, “This is what we need.” Every writer wants his or her book to have an impact, and the early returns on Entrepurposve indicate this book does that.
Now let’s meet the creators.
I met Rusty somewhere around two years ago. We both teach at the same school. Over the last few months, we’ve been working more closely as he’s teaching the same segment of the course I teach.
There’s a bond between authors. They don’t have to recognize it or accept it in any way. It’s a bond of caring for your craft. You see it when they’re a bit tired the next day because they rushed home to eat up whatever time they can with their family before they toil away at another job that takes not just a great deal of effort, but an insane amount of mental energy. I’ve watched Rusty as he’s pushed himself to share this with you. It’s not just his story, which alone is something compelling; it’s his passion.
Every day I see him talking to people about personality types and how they gather information. Every thing he does as a teacher is driven to understand how the student thinks and learns, so that he can teach more effectively. I haven’t had a chance to read the book just yet (it’s next on my TBR), but his story and his effort to find ways to reach people are already strong motivators for me.
I haven’t had the pleasure of getting to know Mr. Laprath. He’s currently a reservist in the Air Force, and any time I can help out a fellow veteran, I’m going to. You can find out more about him on the Entrepurpose website. That site also has a blog and a ton of information worthy of checking out.
So I wanted to take a moment today and share this with you. As most of my followers and those I follow know, I love giving shoutouts when dreams come true. I relblog posts where authors announce they’ve finished a book. I like it when people achieve their dreams, and I wanted to share this achievement with you.
Thanks for reading