I have a voice by Tyler Williams – Review

“Finding and fortifying our voices is so powerful. It awakens what once was sleeping. It strengthens what once was weak. And it inspires all of us into action.”

Tyler Williams has known success. He has performed in Atlanta’s famed Fox Theatre, raced down Victory Lane as a NASCAR driver, worked on hit film and TV shows, and sang for thousands in packed arenas. But Tyler has also known failure, devastating setbacks, and the pain of lost love. He knows how it feels to be lost, disconnected from himself and his passion.

Tyler tells his story of losing his “voice,” navigating life for many years without it, then finding it again–and finding himself in the process. “I Have a Voice” is full of life lessons that people both young and old will recognize. This is a book of hope, challenges and breakthrough moments. Tyler recounts his personal journey and uses his experience to help guide readers back to their own voices without dictating the steps to get there. Those who have lost their purpose, passion and “voice” will find renewal in his words.

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Tyler Williams is an author, motivational speaker, country music singer-songwriter, and former NASCAR All-American driver based in Atlanta, GA. Williams is a trained life and business coach, a Ziglar Legacy Certified speaker and trainer, and emotional intelligence trainer. He has trained at The Company Acting Studio as well as Jan Smith Studios in Atlanta, GA. Tyler has led a mission team to Kenya and Haiti for an adventure service project, has spoken and performed to thousands at high schools around the country and in arenas such as Phillips Arena, Infinite Energy Center and Atlanta’s iconic Fox Theatre.

Williams is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a BA in International Affairs. In his spare time, Williams enjoys motorsports and living a life of exploration. He currently races a sprint car for Cory Kruseman in Southern California.

“In his new book – I Have a Voice – Tyler delivers his story with raw honesty and intense courage, helping you discover who you are, while showing you how to amplify your voice. Read this book.”
-John Sowers
President of The Mentoring Project

My Review –

All we can ever hope to do in this world is our best in any given moment, in any given situation. We define ourselves by our experiences and we sometimes lose our voice in the process. This is what Tyler Williams writes about. Finding our lost voice. It is not a One Step, Two Step, Three, process. It is a process that will take you far inside of yourself to discover what it is you want to do with your life. And, the answer may change as we age, as circumstances change, and this is when we will need to dig deep.

I have a voice is Tyler Williams’ story and he tells it with grace and confidence. It will inspire you to take a look at your own life and ask those difficult questions – is this where I am supposed to be? Is this where I want to be; if not, then where?

The book is honest. It is forthright and inspiring. I am giving the book five stars. My advice – pick up this book and read it, then give it to someone you love.

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