[Audiobook] “The In-Between” by Jeff Goins

This audiobook edition is narrated by the author, Jeff Goins.

Have you heard of Jeff Goins yet? I first heard of him on Michael Hyatt’s post about an up and coming author of excellence. Hyatt respected Goins not just for his first book, Wrecked, but also for his ability to connect and impact. Since then, I have been a subscriber to Jeff’s blog (goinswriter.com) and watched any materials featuring him (such as ChurchM.ag).

Jeff is amazing as a communicator. While his flaming red hair of youth blows me away in his videos, he is able to connect on paper as if he truly has known me personally. He points out how we wait for the big events and often waste our time on waiting instead of enjoying the moments…the “in-betweens.” This is the purpose of his book, or a mission statement, if you will: how to learn to recognize and enjoy those moments, which are truly the moments that matter to us.

Jeff is amazing as a communicator. And yes, that fact needed to be said again. Jeff’s narration of his own book changes the concept of audiobook or presentation to transactional conversation. I am not listening to a lecture – I am part of a small group conference. I am not listening to an actor – I am taught by a real person with real struggles. I am not being ridiculed by a professor – I am being convicted by a fellow fallen man struggling with daily life. The content in this book could not have been narrated by a better voice. It’s not grandiose, it’s reality.Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.