In Find Your Strongest Life, Marcus Buckingham reveals the powerful key to bring fulfillment, peace, and control into a woman’s life.
In today’s world, can a woman truly “have it all”? A fulfilling career full of passion and performance? A belief that she is truly becoming the best, authentic version of herself? A happy, healthy life outside of work?
Countless women would roll their eyes at the possibility. Work is overwhelming. And for many of them, add the necessities of family and home. It all feels disconnected, out of control, and relentless.
In Find Your Strongest Life, Marcus Buckingham reveals the powerful key to help women draw enough strength from life to feel fulfilled, loved, successful, and in control. Even more, he helps women reconnect with their purpose and gives a starting point for change. A research-based message that applies to work and life, Find Your Strongest Life shows women how they really can have it all . . . the right kind of all.
I was eager to read this book when asked to participate in reviewing it through Thomas Nelson Publishing. I was very curious to learn what insight someone had to offer overwhelmed women who are for searching for the strength and inner satisfaction missing or blindly not seen in their own lives.
I appreciated the letters added from woman from all sorts of lifestyles and backgrounds that were mentioned throughout this book. The practical insight given by the author was heart fully given to suggest ways to solve and better each of the situations at hand. I learned of stay at home mothers, woman leading in the workplace, and many others that were looking for ways to de-clutter their own lives and find out what they should really be doing. Honestly, it really suprised me that apparently women are less happy now than they were 40 years ago.
The books reads in three parts, foundation, advice, and the third part is real life examples the advice in action. I enjoyed that at the end of each chapter there’s a section called “What to Take Away From This Chapter” and also I took a whole lot to heart from the section Tactics for Stronger Children and in how to encourage and build up our own children’s strengths in life.
I think this book would be wonderful to study with a friend or a woman’s group, it’s perfect for those looking for some sort of direction and encouragement in their lives.