Positive thinkers will get a lot out of this book because Lane Jordan’s teachings helps one to see what you already have, such as “Being financially smart isn’t about having a lot of money…It’s about understanding how to take care of money so you have power over it, and not the other way around.”
Negative thinkers will be helped by this book because Lane also includes quick, positive steps one can take in each area of life to become more organized, including encouraging ways to garner support for your goal to become more organized. You won’t feel so alone and overwhelmed if you take her suggestions of how to turn to God for help, make friends, find or organize support groups, and take care of yourself first, so you can take care of your home and help others.
Married or single, action-oriented thinkers will love the underlying teachings of each of the 12 steps to organizing her spiritual, emotional, physical, and social life, as well as her home and career. Better than only “do this” lists, Jordan helps the reader understand why things are the way they are, what can be done, and how to change or break the habits that made the mess in the first place.
If you want to have more time and energy for those you love, if you are seriously looking to stop disorganization in all areas of your life, and if you wish to begin, develop or restore emotionally and spiritually confident relationships, this is the book for you.
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