A Woman's True Purpose: Live Like You Matter

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-04-30
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc

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Embrace your higher purpose... If you're not using your God-given gifts to fulfill your purpose, you're robbing the world of the gift you are to humanity. With long to-do lists, responsibilities, ambitious careers and demanding roles, women are often too busy, exhausted, or frustrated to think about what their personal mission might be. Using a groundbreaking technique developed in her private practice as a therapist, Dr. Nicole LaBeach offers the missing link to help you celebrate the challenges of being a woman and stop standing on the sidelines of your own life.

Table of Contents

Believe the Power of Your God-View
Your Self-View Has Much to Do with
What Is God's View of You?
Take Charge of Your Past
Let Go of the Heavy Cargo, Start to
Travel Light
It's Time to Take Dominion
Embrace the Potential of Resolution
Not Like My Mother
From Daddy's Girl to Daddy Baggage
Stop Being Invisible
Relationships: Two Halves Don't
Make a Whole
It's No Longer Fun Being a Superwoman
Move in the Divine Direction
Listen to Your Heart
Hear Your Purpose
And Then There Was Vision
Get in the Moment, It's All You've Got
Fear and Adversity Are Never
Reasons Enough to Quit
Rushing Through Your Life
Profits No One
Renew Your Sweet Spot
Today Is...
About the Author
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Chapter 1: <br>Your Self-View Has Much to Do with Everything<br><br>"How could this be happening? I've tried everything, yet I feel like I'm on a treadmill going nowhere."<br>At one point in my life, I thought joy and the moon were an equal distance away from where I was standing. What else was there? I had racked up one accomplishment after another yet...what was I missing? These were questions I couldn't get away from. And why couldn't I use my trusty tools of overcompensation, overachievement, and plain old denial to pretend I found what I wanted? Why was happiness so hard to attain? Seriously, what was I missing?<br><br>Then my inner voice made a suggestion-yourself. "That's impossible, I protested. I'm with her every day." As if my inner voice were the enemy, I just refused to believe it. This voice tried to say the same thing for years, but I never chose to listen. Unfortunately, the biggest adversary for my spiritual inner voice was me.<br>Year in and year out, I had every excuse in the book on why I was unhappy: If I had...If I knew then...If I could...The fact of the matter was, I didn't think enough of myself and what God had created in me to move my life in any other direction than the mediocre one I settled for. Back then it was easier to place my power in the hands of everything else to explain why I felt unfulfilled. Time and time again, I attempted to fix the surface-new clothes, new look, new job, new network-yet wondered why my efforts always failed to reach my heart. At the time I didn't realize the problem was my unhappiness with myself.<br>

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