This book is an invitation into a life with greater purpose. Looking for the Invisible invites the reader to consider things such as: Why am I never satisfied? I feel like I am meant for greater things, but how do I get there from here? What do I have to offer the world around me? Whether you have found yourself in a pit of troubles or are simply seeking to accelerate towards your destiny, there is something in this book for you. There are questions and insights for people of all levels of maturity and success. You will be motivated and encouraged no matter if you are a teenager considering how to step into your calling, a prisoner wanting to break free from patterns of failure or a relatively successful seeker wanting to go deeper into significance. Scott Prickett was 33 years old when his 18 year old cousin, Bryan, died tragically. Bryan's story led Scott to begin to question his purpose and place. The answer is being continually revealed and there is freedom in the unveiling. This book is intended to invite those that are interested into the fullness of life they have been missing. Whether you are a mature person looking to go deeper or someone wanting to get things going the right direction, there is likely something in this first book by Scott that will encourage you, challenge you or equip you. Visit Scott's website at www.scottprickett.com.