About the book: Dealing with a life challenge? Want real ways to handle or solve the situation? Bestselling author, popular speaker, and mother of seven, Connie E. Sokol, shares eight simple tips to find clarity, direction, and peace. Read this quick ebook to jumpstart your joy and ability to tackle the What Now?
Connie Sokol is a mother of seven, national speaker, and bestselling author. She is a regular TV contributor on “Studio 5 with Brooke Walker” and a national blogger for www.ksl.com. Mrs. Sokol has written 16 books including Faithful, Fit & Fabulous, Create a Powerful Life Plan, Motherhood Matters, and 40 Days with the Savior. She is the founder of the Back to Basics program helping women live purposeful, organized, and joyful lives. Mrs. Sokol marinates in time spent with her family and eating decadent treats. For her newsletter, blog, TV segments, and more, visit www.conniesokol.com and all social media.
My review: This book is really great! I love the way that the author writes about an easy way for everyone to deal with what is going on in their lives. Her advice is concise and to the point. And I loved that she includes affirmations about everything working out or you really can do this.
The book was almost like having a conversation with a dear friend about whatever the problem may be. I love the way this book will work for pretty much everyone at one time or another. Who of us humans don't have problems come up sometimes? And the author included things you can do as you read it. You can pinpoint the exact problem and brainstorm your ideas for fixing it. This is not just a book you'll be passively reading.
And one of my favorite things about it was that it includes all I mentioned above in a short, concise book that I personally read in under 20 minutes. Grab this book, you won't be sorry!
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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