This self-guide, written by the author, attempts to clarify human and to provide understanding of the ways motives affect our daily leaves. The audiobook is aimed at young adults, parents, and professionals who are confused, even pessimistic, about finding the right ways to make and keep healthy relationships alive.
©2014 Margaret Normeshie (P)2015 Margaret Normeshie
To say that Margaret Normeshie is the Napoleon Hill of this generation is an understatement! Undoubtedly she stands on his shoulders and others like him. But she brings a raw and visceral feel; a serrated blade that cuts to the bone. She doesn't send you skipping away down the yellow brick road like, say, a Zig Ziegler or Joel Osteen type. No, she gives you your medicine more like Mary Poppins. Because, while you can't deny the painful reality she is dealing with, you also can't deny the ever present spoonful of sugar. Within seconds she has your focus inward and willing to take an honest self-inventory. This is the right message at the right time with the right aim: self ! Thank you Margaret Normeshie !!!!
Yes! This book captured me and made me look at my own motives in my own life . The book is a lot like a mirror forcing one to see the reflection of their own true self and why you make the decisions you do or have made.
The biblical scripture involved and the moments it made me evaluate my own choices for why I married and who I married and my career path along with many other choices and motives in my life whether good or bad.
The book brought up many emotions that brought tears to my eyes. I wish I had this book as a guide when I was young!
I would recommend this book to anyone who needs self,past and future evaluation of their life.
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