Successful Women Think Differently

$13.99

Description

9 Habits to Make You Happier, Healthier, & More Resilient

Does the hectic pace of life threaten to overwhelm your dreams? Have you set out to achieve certain goals, but just can’t seem to get the kind of momentum you need? Are you unsure about which direction to take next? Scientific studies are proving what the ancient wisdom of Scripture has shown all along: Successful women think differently. They make decision differently, set goals differently, and bounce back from failure and adversity differently.

With more than 100 self-coaching questions, this book will help you blast through obstacles and lay the foundation for success that is true to who you are. Unlock the principles that will give you the momentum to achieve authentic success and happiness! Allow me to help you create new thought processes that empowers you to succeed at higher levels in your relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. With research-based, spiritually grounded habits, you’ll discover how to:

  • Cultivate relationships that enrich your life, mission, and goals
  • Focus on solutions, not problems
  • Communicate effectively in personal and professional relationships
  • Overcome thought patters that sabotage success
  • Bounce back from setbacks and turn them into strategic advantages.

Are you ready to make changes that will leave you happier, healthier, and more resilient?


Additional information

Weight 7.2 oz
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.7 x .6 cm

Reviews

  1. Successful Women Think Differently is a must read for any woman on the path to defining success her own way. The book is filled with activities, questions and scripture, which will reveal and confirm that you are on the path to success and each perceived misstep is an opportunity to learn and take you even further.

    The book is filled with simple practical steps if implemented will surely have you aligning your thoughts and actions towards success.

  2. Very inspiring and uplifting, call you out of your comfort zone and prompting for action.

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