Release Date: August 25, 2011
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Genre: Christian non-fiction
Buy It: Amazon
It began with a free sandwich, a simple camera, and twenty “I can do better than you” shots. From that afternoon of friendly competition, six college guys created Dude Perfect, a YouTube group that specializes in the craziest basketball shots you can imagine. Within months, the guys went from shooting backyard trick shots to starring in GMC truck commercials and standing on an L.A. Red Carpet. Listed by Advertising Age as one of YouTube’s Hottest Brands, Dude Perfect’s videos have reached and inspired hundreds of millions with one contagious message—the very phrase they championed from day one—Go Big. By leveraging the connected world, Dude Perfect’s dream became a reality, and now, they want the same for you. Written by one of the dudes himself, Go Big tells their story and unveils their secret: five practical principles for taking your passions, skills, and dreams to the next level. Are you ready to Go Big?
This book was not as interesting as I initially imagined it would be. Basically the idea is to focus on your dreams, no matter how big they are, and stick to them. While I agree with the idea, I don't think they needed to write an entire book about it. Feel free to try it out and see if you like it better than I did!
I received this book free for review from Tyndale's Book Blogger program. I was not required to post a positive review, simply an honest one.