Tuesday, March 4, 2014

A Book Every Woman Should Read ~ Real Women Leading with Proverbs 31 Values!

As a Pastor's wife I have had to jump in many places to lead women. In fact throughout my adult life I have been in leadership roles for many organizations and jobs, as well as the church. At one point I was in charge of over 300 women as an Associate District Manager. I thought I had arrived and was doing well, yet felt empty. I was raised in the 60's and 70's and we were taught throughout school that anyone, especially women could be and do anything. I bought it hook, line, and sinker. In fact so much so that when I was dating a man (not my husband) he asked me what I wanted to do the rest of my life. I gave him the answer I thought everyone wanted to hear, have a career. He wasn't looking for a woman like that. At the time it broke my heart, but now I know that the Lord used that to teach me a lesson; I was in it for myself and wanted to be important and successful for me and me alone. After all, wasn't that what I was taught.

In this amazing book the authors show you how you can have value and worth and do things for the right reasons in the home, in you job and in other positions where you have influence over others. The values we have as Believers are not just for the home and church, they are for everyday life and for every position we hold as women. 

The book is full of practical and personal examples to help you catch what the authors are trying to teach. It also has wonderful review at the end of each chapter to help you think a little more about what they were saying and how you can apply it to your life.

I think this is a book every woman should read, whether she is in a leadership position or not!

About the book: 

Today's marketplace is not always a "values-friendly" environment. Business leaders Lisa Troyer and Dawn Yoder show you that you can live and thrive in a "valueless" workplace when you live by biblical values and principles.

Real Women: Leading with Proverbs 31 Values is a must-have leadership resource for today's Christian woman. Written by women in the marketplace, Real Women cultivates biblical truth, credible relationship development, and practical application into everyday life through ten foundational principles. Once women embrace these ten principles, they will soon discover the multiple attributes of the Proverbs 31 woman in today's marketplace and learn practical ways to implement the wisdom from that timeless Scripture passage. 

Women will be encouraged to develop their God-given gifts and talents in the marketplace as they live out the principles that invite others to embrace the equality-inspiring values they live by. Knowing that we are not the end users of the gospel message, the Proverbs 31 leader will find the initiative to inspire the upcoming generation to view womanhood as a gift and continue the learning process that will impact generations to com

You can purchase a copy Here.

About the Authors:

Lisa Troyer is sometimes referred to by friends as the "singing executive," wife, mom, radio personality, recording artist, speaker, and author. Her Circle of Friends women's outreach, formed over a decade ago, is growing in all directions. Lisa uses her gift of encouragement, her influence, and her resources to open doors for women to discover their significance and belonging. She and her family currently live in Ohio.

Learn more Here.

Dawn Yoder is passionate about developing people to discover their strengths and reach their leadership potential. As CEO of a 500-plus employee company, she seeks to bring values and principle-based thinking into all aspects of society through a round table environment. Dawn is a member of the John Maxwell coaching team, an international trainer, a speaker with the Circle of Friends ministry, a contributing writer, a songwriter, and a frequent worship leader. She and her husband, Jeff, have been married for more than 20 years and have four children.

Learn more Here.

I was given a copy of the book for the purpose of this review. I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed here are my own.

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