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What Is Enough: How to Lighten Your Load and Find What Makes Your Happy

“I highly recommend Treveal Lynch’s new book, What Is Enough.

Have you ever found yourself thinking, “something’s not right,” “that’s not me,” or “something is missing”? If you’ve thought this, this book is for you. Learn how to stop struggling to live up to outside expectations and fully accept yourself.

I especially loved Treveal’s revelational teaching on overcoming what he calls Deflation, a condition every one of us fights. His insights will absolutely help you.

God made you a certain way. You are unique. You are one of a kind. You can be enough. Choose to accept and become the person God has made you to be. Tap into the originality and creative genius of God in your life. Reading this book will help you find rest in your soul and satisfaction in yourself.”

John Mason,

Best Selling Author of "An Enemy Called Average"

God did not intend for us to live this way.

Life is beyond hectic and the daily grind is exhausting. We’re all feeling the pressure to keep up, asking ourselves, “Have I done enough? Do I have enough? Am I good enough? Am, I enough - WHAT Is Enough


The struggle to find the elusive work-life balance that is just beyond our reach is intense. And for most of us, true self-care, both physical and spiritual, takes a back seat.

In this process, we get lost in the things we believe we MUST buy, achieve, and produce that we forget WHAT truly matters!

WHAT Is Enough guides readers to understand  - "The GREATEST thing you'll ever become is accepting of WHAT you already ARE".

You’ll learn:

  • How to overcome self-doubt

  • How to get the "weight of the world" off your shoulders

  • How to conquer self-deflating ideas that choke out your confidence

  • How to rid yourself of the burdensome belief that you must do more to be

  • How to start working (from) your worth instead of (for) it

  • How to deal with the anxiety and stress  when people hurt you

  • And most importantly, that "The GREATEST thing you ever become is accepting of WHAT you already ARE" 


Stop striving and start living.