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Vendor: Howard Books
Publication Date: 2010
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together practical self-help concepts, intriguing stories, relevant statistics, and Bible scriptures.
Divided into four sections centered on the four natural giftings or personalities of people, this book
explores twelve dreams that God has for each individual--including rise, risk, roar, renew, regenerate,
rejoice, relate, and more. It then instructs readers in how to realize each one of these dreams, no
matter their natural inclination.
As individual personalities of Fire, Earth, Water, and Wind are explored, the book explains how
the Fire of excitement translates to Leadership Skills, how the Earth of grounding translates into
Good Habits and Character Development, how the Water of life-giving becomes Relationship Skills,
and how the Wind of release becomes the Creativity and Innovation, which are in high demand in
every industry in the world today.
Readers will learn how to discover their four greatest talents and create their personal Talent Shield,
which will help them choose a meaningful career based on their Life’s Mission Statement.
Each chapter serves as a free-standing career guidepost, and includes Career Exercises, pertinent
Word Definitions, Career Choices for individual gifting, Self-Quizzes, and Reader Study Guides.
A business-development coach and consultant to CEOs and organizations, Laurie Beth has conducted training or provided leadership products for major companies including Tyson Foods, Purina-Nestle, Neiman Marcus, Pfizer, Citi Financial, and American Express.
Sue2 Stars Out Of 5June 20, 2010SueThis book was interesting and easy to read. However, I can hardly recommend it as a Christian work. It is laced with references to Jesus and scripture, but I agree with Carolyn, it is very man-centered and promotes a lot of new age concepts. I bought this for our church library, but will be returning it instead.
Edna Tollison5 Stars Out Of 5June 15, 2010Edna TollisonExploring the 12 dreams God has for each of us, this book shows readers how to get, find and keep the work they love."Laurie Beth Jones presents a very creative way of assessing personality types, fire, water, earth and wind. She also has created a perfect roadmap to discovering our mission, identifying our communication styles, creating a vision for our lives that brings us joy and contributes to the needs of the world, and then building a career path on that foundation. Her book is easy to read, embraces all types of work, and teaches us how to find our meaningful work. This book comes at a perfect time, as so many people are out of a job. Jones challenges us as readers to not just move on to the next job because it's what we've always done, but instead to seek what it is we are called to do. All the rest is drama and illusion, entertainment, training exercises, and moments preparing me for eternity. That is a perspective that leads one to be able to change more easily and it's certainly upbeat and encouraging.This book was sent to me free for review from FSB Associates.
Christians in Recovery4 Stars Out Of 5June 11, 2010Christians in RecoveryI really liked the book. Her approach is definitely 'out of the box' and presents a very creative and insightful way of assessing personality types, i.e., fire, water, earth and wind. Although she matches Scripture with her illustrations it makes for more of a motivational man-centered work than a God-centered approach.Example: "My God is able to keep me safe because at my true core I am a spirit that is eternal, indestructible, perpetual. All the rest is drama and illusion, entertainment, training exercises, and coachable moments preparing me for eternity. That is a perspective that leads one to be able to regenerate more easily. ...the need to seek answers and truth beyond our own means is truly the opening Christ needs." (pg.171)Makes one wonder: Who's serving who? A man-centered approach to 'Christian' living. Sounds a lot like a Joyce Meyer script and some people really like that - it's certainly upbeat and encouraging.
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