When Teresa Morrow of Key Business Partners, LLC asked me if I would be interested in reviewing #DREAMtweet by Joe Heuer, I was completely intrigued. I mean, what could a self-proclaimed Rock and Roll Guru have to say about dream living? Teresa sent me the e-book and I soon found out. As it turns out, the author has lots to say about living your dream.
#DREAMtweet is one of a series of books from Thinkaha that uses a 140 character Twitter-style format. The advantages to this style is that for anyone who uses Twitter, they will recognize and find comfort in the format immediately. This style also works for non-Twitterfolk in that keeping concepts and statement limited to 140 characters makes for a lean read. No extra words allowed.
Waaaay back in the 1980s, I was a stage manager for a big-hair band in Los Angeles. They played the club scene and I spent many a Friday night humping Marshall cabs in and out of the Roxy, The Troubador, Gazzaris and the like. Loved the music (still do) loved everything about the rock and roll biz. So it’s easy to see how #DREAMtweet could pique my interest.
Getting to the heart of the matter, this is why Joe wrote the book:
I am incredibly blessed to be living my rock & roll dream, and
my mission involves helping other people to live their dreams
and have more fun.
I absolutely love living the dream, and I want to share my love
with the world.
Joe Heuer, @RockandRollGuru
Like the book, his reasoning is simple and straightforward. As I spent time reading this book, I found little pearls and gems scattered throughout. One of my favorites is:
The Blues Brothers said,
“We’re on a mission from
God.” If it doesn’t feel that
way, it isn’t your dream.
It’s that kind of wisdom that makes me smile. That kind of wisdom hits home.
#DREAMtweet is not just so much twitfluff. Reading the book, I could sense the sincerity and the true mission of the author. I found the information in the book useful and inspiring. The book being written in a rock and roll theme was just a bonus.
You can get #DREAMtweet by heading on over to Joe’s web site: http://www.rockandrollguru.com/