Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
When you're invited to a party, what do you bring? In Was I Supposed to Bring the Beer? by Glen Barlow you will learn about your truth, your calling, and your intended purpose in life. We all have a role to play on Earth. People like Martin Luther King Jr, Caesar Chavez, Princess Diana and Helen Keller played a pivotal part in how life evolved not only for themselves, but for those in their line of influence and in the world as a whole. You may not have to risk your life and die at a young age like they did, but you do have a gift to give to the world. Everything that you do, every step you take, and where you are currently are is all a part of your destiny. Were you aware of that? How are you embracing it? Glen Barlow teaches us in Was I Supposed to Bring the Beer? to enjoy each moment and not to rush to get to the destination, but to learn what you're going to bring to the party next time.
In reading Was I Supposed to Bring the Beer? by Glen Barlow, I saw the strength in my thoughts and actions. Glen Barlow imparts a powerful message in his words when he said live your dreams, don't just merely exist. Do this for yourself and the world will thank you. How profound is that? Have you ever thought about your life and your existence that way? If not, you should. As it says in the Bible, Ephesians 4:11, “And it was He who gave some to be apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teacher….” Whether you are a spiritual believer or not, know that everyone on Earth is given a talent to be shared with the world. As you begin to delve deep into Was I Supposed to Bring the Beer?, think of Glen Barlow as you would your personal development coach. Your coach will ask those tough questions and make you look introspectively at yourself in the decisions and the actions that you take on a daily basis. You can enrich your learning experience when you garner lessons and best practices from someone else that has walked through the pathway of where you are trying to go. To enhance your learning experience, Glen Barlow has several tools for you to become engaged with - from performing exercises, making lists, telling stories, questionnaires and journaling to being introduced to Glen Barlow’s Headlight Method. The Headlight Method is designed to help bring your dreams into fruition.