Be mindful of your words. They indeed have power
I enjoy positive books that encourage you to be mindful of who you have in your inner circle, how you think, speak and act in life. I strongly believe God can help us tame our tongue and enjoy books that reiterate this point.
She brings some enthusiasm to the book while reading the passage. Although, I would have enjoyed the book better if Joyce Meyer read it.
No, I wanted to take the information in and comprehend what the audible was saying
I have the print version of the book and had read it a few times. I was happy to find the book in the audible section. I loved how the material comes to life through the author's imagery when listening to the book.
I really the explanation of how God does not causes things to happen but allows them happen and can still use them for our good.
The loved the entire book from beginning to end. I love how Kate finally let's go on the burden of causing her sisters death. I also like the scene on Judgment and how Mac finally understands what it means to judge people.
Yes, but I couldn't because of my schedule.
I loved the explanation of "The Shack" from the author at the end of the book.
Forgive and Forget
I like how Bishop Jakes talks about the importance of not being jealous of someone's else's journey and how God has a plan for each one of our lives. The audiobook was a good reminder to hear that opportunity comes often, not just once as we are often taught. We should forgive ourselves, the other party and move forward. If we remain open, we will often be granted a second chance to make things better.
I like how he incorporated examples from friends, personal experiences and the bible to drive home the point of forgiving not only ourselves but others.
I never stopped to think about how important it is to apply forgiveness to the people we work with. I usually go home and do my best "to forget about it," not realizing that I'm harboring hurt feelings, anger and resentment; which often not only impact how I interact at work but potentially impacts my personal life. This audiobook has provided new insight on how we should also forgive those we work with, not just family, friends and loved ones.
Bishop Jakes is an awesome teacher!
While I expected the book to be a lot funnier, Tina Fey does a great job of narrating the book. It provided me a few chuckles along the way, but I mostly enjoyed listening to her do the different voices. I would listen to another book by Tina Fey as long as she does the narrating.
The entire book kept my attention. You can tell Tina is passionate about her family and career.
I like the story or Tina being on the cruise ship and also hearing her describe the relationship with her husband. I also liked hearing Tina Fey's dating stories.
The book gives a good overview of Tina Fey's life and how she came into the business.
In my opinion, the book ended almost abruptly. Not sure what I was expecting, but it seems like the book needed a bit more closure.
I recommend this audiobook for anyone studying for the phr/sphr. The book is great if you have a long commute each day. I would recommend using this book in addition to the books and taking a prep course, not as a sole resource.
He offers great study tips throughout the book. The recap at the end of the sections and quizzes are equally as helpful.
The role plays use a bit of dry humor to help you understand the points.
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