WHAT’S NEXT ON THE SUMMER READING LIST: ADONIS LENZY’S “NEXT”by Hampton Rhodes

WHAT’S NEXT ON THE SUMMER READING LIST: ADONIS LENZY’S “NEXT”

The Best is Yet to ComeHave you ever felt that you are living in the wrong place at the wrong time? Do you believe you inhabit the wrong life – one other than you were meant to be living? Adonis Lenzy’s second book, “Next: What to Do When You know There’s Something More,” can help you identify where you belong, and how to get to your dream life that you believe you were meant for.

Next Book CoverPublished by BroadStreet Publishing Group, “Next” is a guidebook to how to get un-stuck from your current life, mapped out in 30 chapters of segmented vignettes.

Next helps the reader determine why he or she feels “stuck,” and how to go about extricating one’s self from a going-nowhere universe of one’s career, relationships, location, self-esteem, confidence, self-doubt, fear, and sense of un-wellbeing.

Lenzy-Family-650x448Adonis Lenzy’s unique perspective comes from his own experiences of finding his own peace, love and happiness, as well as what he has observed during his varied careers – when he discovered that dreaming beyond his current situation and circumstance was the key to getting his life back on track. But he discovered that dreaming alone doesn’t change his life – that action speaks louder than words. By focusing on the positives instead of the negatives, and putting in the work required to constantly push for and achieve change, dreams of a better life can become reality.

StepsAccording to Mr. Lenzy, we all have the potential to change our lives to be or do whatever we dream of – all we have to do is figure out what our next steps should be and take them. Thus by the singular title of the book – “Next” – Lenzy proposes success with a step-by-step-by-step analysis, decisions and movement, always keeping goals in focus, and as the primary driver of our actions on the road of change and on to the next Next.

Lenzy includes practical sections in the book to help readers through the process of changing their current lives of chronic Mondays into the life of their dreams by using the 5 sections of the book:

  1. It Stinks to Be Stuck
  2. So What’s Next?
  3. Facing Fear Head-On
  4. Increasing Your Capacity
  5. Make Your Next Days Your Best Days

Although at first these sections may sound cliché, each of them and the chapters within have exemplary stories – both personal, from his own experiences and universally, from some very famous and iconic people – plus exercises that help the reader through the journey of discovery for their own path. There are questions at the end of each chapter to help probe the possible causes as well as the solutions to finding the individual pathways to change, as well as logical and practical suggestions on how to go about putting those discoveries into progressive actions to stay motivated, challenged and focused.

Adonis LenzyAdonis Lenzy is a pastor, speaker, and communicator with more than twenty years of experience in both full-time ministry and public speaking. Originally from San Antonio Texas and now residing with his wife, Heather and their two children, Grayson and Kherington in Nashville Tennessee, Lenzy has developed a unique style of communicating in creative, illustrative, and humorous ways to people of all walks of life. He has the ability to inspire, motivate, and equip readers for achieving the next- level of living.

double rainbow“Next: What to Do When You Know There’s Something More” is a quick, easy and entertaining read that one could enjoy at the beach, but the principals and road-map aspect of actually using the book as a tool to change your life will make you want to come back and re-read it, to start working toward identifying and completing those next steps necessary in achieving that life that you’ve dreamed of for yourself and your family.

Books: available at amazon.com. Click on titles to order.

Next: What to Do When You Know There’s Something More
by Adonis Lenzy
Dating in Black & White: Keeping Relationships on Target
by Adonis Lenzy


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