The Indispensable Element by Micah Huggins Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. 

Author Micah Huggins shares the tips and lessons that will help identify the things holding a person back from becoming their best selves in the book “The Indispensable Element”.


The Synopsis

In The Indispensable Element, attorney, pastor and author Micah Huggins lays out the framework to be a better version of yourself. He teaches you how to identify the things that are holding you back and lays out a plan to step up and lead in your relationships, your work, and your personal life.  

If you are looking to become the leader God created you to be, great leadership starts with leading yourself.  

In The Indispensable Element, you will learn how to: 

•Naturally attract followers and supporters.  

•Strengthen your personal and professional relationships.  

•Position yourself for new and better career opportunities.  

•Break unproductive habits and develop habits that serve you.  

•Become confident enough to pursue your biggest dreams.  

Get ready to lead yourself to the life you desire today! 

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The Review

This was an intriguing and memorable read. The author found the perfect balance between personal anecdotes and teachable lessons that helped show the potential for leadership in everyone. The book was fast-paced and kept the reader invested in the personal stories of the author’s life that helped illustrate the lessons each chapter was illustrating, using a perfect blend of imagery and atmosphere to get their point across.

The two biggest talking points that will resonate with readers are faith and leadership. The author goes to great lengths to show how leadership potential resides within us all, and it is through hard work and nurturing those skills within us that we are able to become the leaders we can be. The author’s unique perspective comes from their strong belief in their faith, and this will appeal to many people in the business world who also hold a strong faith and wish to utilize their faith’s practices in how they approach business models and leadership roles both in business and in life altogether.

The Verdict

Resourceful, enlightening, and memorable, author Micah Huggins’s “The Indispensable Element” is a must-read nonfiction memoir and business/leadership book that will resonate with both religious and nonreligious readers. The straightforward lessons and the powerful experiences that drove those teachable moments in the author’s life resonate with the reader greatly and will help to drive home the lessons in the reader’s minds overall. If you haven’t yet, be sure to grab your copy today!

Rating: 10/10


About the Author

Micah E. Huggins is a dynamic leader, motivational speaker, and community leader with a passion for helping others discover and develop their leadership abilities. He firmly believes everyone has the innate ability to lead and anyone can step up and fulfill their potential with the right guidance and motivation.  

Micah is an accomplished attorney, holding a law degree from the prestigious University of North Carolina School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. As an attorney, he has been honored with numerous awards for his outstanding work in the field. The National Academy of Criminal Defense has recognized him as one of the “Top 10 Attorneys under 40” from the state of North Carolina, and he has also been recognized as one of the top three criminal defense lawyers in Greensboro.  

Micah’s unwavering dedication to helping others unlock their full potential sets him apart as an attorney and as a pastor. He has presented or served on panels at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Winston-Salem State University, Elon University School of Law, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, the University of North Carolina School of Law at Chapel Hill, and Duke University.  

Micah lives in North Carolina with his wife and 3 children. 

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