Every woman lives by a code, whether she realizes it or not. It informs how she treats others and herself, how much she expects of herself, and how far she is willing to go in order to find success. But is the code we're living by truly helping us create the lives of purpose and fulfillment we desire? Or are we sacrificing the deeper things for mere achievement?
In this inspiring audiobook, Sophia A. Nelson calls women to live out a powerful life code that will lead them to purposeful and successful lives. With the wisdom that comes from experience, Nelson reveals to women
The Woman Code is a way of living, of navigating life's challenges, and of interacting positively with other women. It's a way of pursuing our dreams and our deepest desires. It reveals a universal and timeless set of principles of the mind, body, and spirit that help women balance the demands of work, home, family, and friendship. The Woman Code not only calls on women to practice purpose in their lives, it shows them how to do it with grace.
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i like to read. i like to listen.
i was not all that impressed with Ms. Nelson's 'groundbreaking' thoughts on how to break out of the female stereotype. and i did not expect this to be so religious. talking about 'your creator' in every chapter...returning this one. not really helpful to me at all.
I would recommend this book to every woman. Starting with young woman especially. If young girls have access to this knowledge from young, they will have a much higher chance at succeeding in life ❤️ it helps with every topic or struggle a girl could possibly face in life. Especially the confidence building part is essential.
Powerful book that every woman should read. What a guideline for life and relationships! Extremely well written! Will make you really think about your behaviors, reactions. How you deal with so many areas of your life!
This book should be read by ALL woman. Although i did find that their were sooo many lists... (1...2...3...) lists within list. I wish it was just written but overall i was pleased and did learn from it.
I didn't care for this book for a few reasons. It could be me and not the book itself. I was expecting a list of unwritten rules women give themselves and practical ways to break from the guilt/anxiety spiral. The narrative seem to speak to a woman who perceived no value or worth in herself. And, I'm not religious, so I was not really connecting with the language about the "creator having a plan" for my life.
I may be too simple minded, but remembering 20 things is very hard for most humans.
The part on the dangers of gossiping was very good. The other parts that cited the golden rule were strong as well.
I'm glad I read the book.
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