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Hardcoverpages. This is a shrill wake-up call to take charge of every single moment. Because of that, I think that the book makes a great segway for people that can start with religion or faith and then move to all the other areas of their life. Regardless, the book is quite uplifting. Aug 16, Sera rated it it was amazing.
The "characters" that the bishop put in the book made me rethink a lot of what I was doing in my life. See full terms and conditions and this month's choices. When someone told me about this one and its title, something sparked in me that gave me an fd I really needed to read this book. Jakes acknowledges these areas and stimulates the reader to move forward in spite of our emotions. I enjoyed this work very much jaoes with all books that I read, this is one that I will revisit often.
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Jan jakss, Sandra rated it it was ok Shelves: He doesn't preach to jakss, he speaks to you one on one as he shares stories and guides you through stages. You can't go wrong with TD Jakes. Let It Go Workbook. It really made me evaluate where I was and where I was going for the rest of my life. With Jakes being the pastor of one of the largest churches in the country, readers should expect the book to have a religious tone.
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Dec 01, Tammy rated it it was amazing. I really liked this book. Reposition Yourselfthe narrative book, uses wisdom collected from more than thirty years of Jakes's experience counseling and working withhigh-profile and everyday people on financial, relational, and spiritual creativity on the path to an enriched life filled with contentment at every stage. He really goes in depth with significant attributes of areas to focus on like branding yourself, embracing change, and growth.
Crosby rated it it was amazing. The antidote for a snakebite is made from the poison, and the thing that made you go backward is the same force that will push you forward. This book taught me about repositioning myself. It's the kind that encourages you to employ self-growth and redevelopment practices to your life and gives you hope of achieving everything good, you might have only dreamt of accomplishing before.
Feb 23, JL Henderson rated it it was amazing. Feb 20, Rhonda Alexander added it. Although his message, I believe, should have universal appeal, be forewarned that it is through and through, a very Christian book. Didn't care for the racial stuff in the book, it could have been left out in my opinion.
The writings of T. I am not really a fan of TD Jakes, I have had issues with his books before.