I imagine that this book will really inspire those who have gone through a "lot" of changes/hardships and need that added support to know that they can make it. I just was not able to emotionally make a connection with the long list of unfortunate negative expeirences that Lisa has survived. It just wasn't my muse. It was difficult for me to truly focus on the positive when so much negative was revealed.
It has a lot of valuable information that I can always go back to reference.
About her sexual abuse.
Present and Future ...forget past.
I loved this book. First self help book every in my life that I have listened to. I would not have wanted to start anywhere else. No Matter What!
mom of 5
Yes I would listen again because it is uplifting and has a lot of exercises that I am sure as time goes by would need to be done again. It is inspirational.
I loved her voice and how hopeful she sounded and always persevered. She is very motivating and through her story made me feel like there is always hope and a reason to keep going.
So amny insights to apply. All great tips to live a more full and happy life. No matter what, no matter how down you are or how many bad choices you make there is always a new day to start over and begin again.
I enjoyed both versions of No matter what, however I did prefere the audio version only because I could listen to it every where I went.
Lisa Nichols is so inspiring, her stories are also inspiring
Her caring nature, it really seemed as though she wanted to help me to succeed.
Great book / audiobook, would recommend to any one interested in learning more about themselves.
I was looking for something motivating and inspirational but it wasn’t. Great speaker for teenagers. She has an amazing success story but not very instructional.Still love you Lisa but this one was over priced.
Hearing so much about her personal life, and her overly dramatized and tedious description about her imposible to count misfortunes, I can only conclude that this book was writen to make us feel better about ourselfs, by showing us how much worse off we could be.
And about her early childhood, why bring up such horrible events in such detail? To sell books? Is this is the raising of the bar for self help books? This book just depressed me.