What Would a Wise Woman Do?: Questions to Ask Along the Way
Feeling stuck on autopilot, or totally off course? What if you could go back to key points in your life and ask different questions of yourself and others to change where you are today? Speaker, author, and entrepreneur Laura Atchison had it all—a great career, a successful business, ambitious goals, and a loving family—when she realized she was off course. Instead of achieving the life she was meant to live, she had been stuck on autopilot, plodding through the life others wanted her to live. By failing to ask the right questions of herself and others, her life had taken the wrong direction. Explore Atchison’s riveting and candid story to see the parallel struggles all women share and the opportunities all women possess to learn and grow beyond their wildest dreams. Learn the right questions to ask in career, family, relationships, spiritual life, finances, and more.
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Chapter 3 Am I Happy with My Choices?
Chapter 4 What Would a Wise Woman Do? In Relationships
Chapter 5 What Would a Wise Woman Do? In Business
Chapter 6 What Would a Wise Woman Do? In Times of Personal Crisis
Chapter 7 What Would a Wise Woman Do? In Money Matters
Chapter 8 What Would a Wise Woman Do? In Selfperception
Chapter 9 What Would a Wise Woman Do? In Searching for Faith
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