When Instinct by T.D. Jakes was released, I decided not to buy the book for my shelf but for myself. Having listened to T.D. Jakes’ teachings on Instinct to Increase, I have no doubt that Instinct will be a bestseller and a great read.
Sharing life principles from biological and cellular research, his life and business experience, scriptures and sociology, technology and telecommunication, T.D. Jakes reveals how your internal navigational system, your instinct, can guide you through life journey until you arrive at your ‘destined-nation.’
Starting from basic animal and maternal instincts, T.D. Jakes takes you with him on a safari through the jungles of South Africa where you see instinct in action.
With adventurous lessons from the lion, the elephant, the giraffe, the zoologist and the Zulu, he explained how you can decode your design, understand your wiring, and operate all the numerals of your interest with a common denominator.
In Instinct, T.D. Jakes did everything to communicate clearly and convincingly, teach from his life experience, and illustrate his thought pattern like only great teacher could. I’ve read most of his books and I can say Instinct is his best work to date.
Life Lessons from Instinct by T.D. Jakes
You will gain a lot from reading Instinct. Not only will you be able to take inventory of what is inside of you, you will also learn how to cut to the core to discover what is in you.
You will learn how to struggle through and survive life transitions, how to deal with predators in the jungle of business, political, religious life.
Fact or faith? Data or drive? Gut or brain? T.D. Jakes showed how we can strike a balance between instinct vs. intellect, intuition vs. information, when to go vs. when to grow.
Buried in the pages of this book is how to live by instinct, love by instinct, learn by instinct, and lead by instinct. If you know you have what it takes but need a guide on how to take what you have, you need to read Instinct.
The book might not be the vehicle to take you from where you are to where you want to be, but it will sure serve as a map that will guide you through the highways and the detours of life. I highly recommend that you read it.
Have you read Instinct by T.D. Jakes? Do you have it on your ‘To-Read’ list? Are you reading it? I will love to know what you think about the book.