Reposition Yourself: Living Life Without Limits

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Simon and Schuster, May 8, 2007 - Religion - 278 pages
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"If you don't like the way your life is going, redesign it. Redeem the years you lost. Restore your vision, revive your passion for living, and reclaim what was dormant inside of you. I cannot give you the dream but I can give you the tools to reach the dreams you have inside. I have seen what successful people do over and over again. I want to show you how to Reposition Yourself so you can do it, too. I have learned that minor adjustments make a big difference."

-- T.D. Jakes

In his latest book, Reposition Yourself, bestselling author T.D. Jakes shares insights that will help readers adjust to the many changes that life brings. This is a shrill wake-up call to take charge of your life now. Not only does it confront areas where subtle passivity or even poor choices may have stifled the reader's creativity, but it also instructs how to manage change and maximize life now. Using wisdom collected from his more than thirty years of counseling and working with everyday and high-profile people, Jakes covers financial, relational, and spiritual creativity and shows how adapting to transitional moments in your life is the path to an enriched existence filled with contentment at every stage.

Reposition Yourself offers reality-based plans for those seeking to make the years ahead even more productive. Jakes accepts the inevitability of change, teaching how to embrace and expect it rather than fear it. Mixing both sacred and secular insights, he shares a unique blend of practical and pragmatic steps coupled with the sage wisdom of Scripture for which he is noted.

This new book is without question a makeover for the soul. It gives you permission to succeed and the how-to's necessary to position yourself for the limitless potential that comes from making minor adjustments in your thinking and plans. Jakes believes there is nothing more important than your next decision. Before you make another choice, this is a must-read!

 

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User Review  - Erika.D - LibraryThing

Jammed with helpful and inspirational information on positioning yourself for the next level. Be prepared to take a lot of notes! Read full review

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Contents

OHG The Courage to ConfrontFacing Your
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two Beating the AirFighting Failure with
25
three Lost and FoundFinding Your Present
41
four Against the OddsOvercoming the Fact
57
five Divine DirectionBranding Is Better
77
Beyond the Limits of Mediocrity
91
six Shifting Gears and Changing Lanes
97
SEVEN Ready Aim FireLaunching Yourself
109
ten Facing the GiantCapitalizing on Credit
153
PART III
173
eleven Breaking Glass CeilingsSharing the Secrets
184
twelve Shattering Glass SlippersRevealing More
200
thirteen Mail CarriersSurviving the Labels of Success
217
fourteen Flight ManualSoaring and Landing with
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fifteen Stay ConnectedUtilizing Your Legacy
252
epilogue Much Is Required
265

eight Deal or No DeaCounting the Cost
122
nine Lions Tigers and BearsDefeating
133
acknowledgments
275
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T.D. Jakes is the CEO of TDJ Enterprises, LLP; founder and senior pastor of The Potter's House of Dallas, Inc.; and the New York Times bestselling author of Making Great Decisions (previously titled Before You Do), Reposition Yourself: Living Life Without Limits, and Let It Go: Forgive So You Can be Forgiven, a New York Times, USA TODAY, and Publishers Weekly bestseller. He has won and been nominated for numerous awards, including Essence magazine’s President’s Award in 2007 for Reposition Yourself, a Grammy in 2004, and NAACP Image awards. He has been the host of national radio and television broadcasts and is regularly featured on the highly rated Dr. Phil show. He lives in Dallas with his wife and five children.

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