Called 2B – How to Discover and Live out Your Calling in Christ

Called 2B Book Travis Guse

What is my purpose and why am I here? This powerful question may require a deep answer, yet according to the Bible, all of us were made on purpose for a purpose. Travis Guse unpacks the mystery in his book Called 2B so we can find the answer for our lives. Knowing our mission and purpose provides an inner compass to make decisions, find our calling and receive greater fulfilment.

Called 2b Book How to live out your calling in Christ

Whether you are stuck in a career, feel that you are in a rut, or need something to aim for, Called 2B provides strategies to help. Built on established models, Travis Guse explains in a clear manner how to find your true identity.

The 130 page book is full of practical ideas incorporating Biblical principles. In addition it incorporates examples using the CliftonStrengths® themes, adding greater depth.

Where to buy the book

Called 2B is available from Amazon and directly from Travis Guse website www.called2b.com.

Interview with Travis Guse

Watch the interview with Travis Guse as he describes his own story leading up to writing his book Called 2B. He shares three elements to find your purpose; Identity, Empowerment and Impact.

When seeking permission to use the CliftonStrengths® content in his book, Travis shares his experience working of with Gallup. Listen for 90 seconds from 24 minute point.

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