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Where Will You Go from Here?: Moving Forward When Life Doesn't Go as Planned Paperback – June 21, 2011
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“Valorie Burton navigates us through the maze of life’s uncertainty with the skill of a GPS system placing us back on course. For those who refuse to live the rest of their lives stuck on the side of the road, this book gives guidance!”
—Bishop T. D. Jakes, New York Times best-selling author, founder and senior pastor of The Potter’s House
“This compelling book offers a hands-on approach to recovering—and thriving—after crisis. Valorie Burton provides well-researched solutions, practical help, and many examples of real people who have faced dark times of adversity and come out on the other end stronger for it. In these pages, readers will find hope and answers for how to progress from a place of pain and setback to hope and abundant life.”
—Shaunti Feldhahn, best-selling author of For Women Only
“If you are in that ‘what now?’ place in your life, this is the book for you—filled with practical steps and profound principles to jump-start your comeback, but even more important, you’re repositioning for new levels of victory in your life. Valorie Burton speaks from experience as well as learned wisdom and offers the tools you need to master your life and get the results you desire.”
—Michelle McKinney Hammond, author of How to Make Life Work
“I’ve never seen such a clear road map to full recovery as Valorie Burton has so vividly drawn in this phenomenal book. She doesn’t just help you arrive at a better destination; she inspires you to savor the journey every step of the way. I’ll be using Where Will You Go from Here? with many of my coaching clients!”
—Shannon Ethridge, M.A., certified life coach, international speaker, and best-selling author of Every Woman’s Battle
“In Where Will You Go from Here? my friend Valorie Burton offers a clear, concise, and manageable plan for dealing with the curve balls that life throws at you. If you open your mind to receive what she has laid out, you will be much more prepared to make the right choices at the right time.”
—Roland S. Martin, host/managing editor of Washington Watch (TV One cable network) and analyst for CNN and the Tom Joyner Morning Show
“In her book Where Will You Go from Here? Valorie Burton has provided us with the perfect map for those times when we feel traumatized and can’t see the road in front of us. I am excited she has put her words of wisdom on paper. If an unexpected challenge has brought your life to a screeching halt, Valorie will help get you moving again!”
—Chonda Pierce, comedienne, author, and recording artist
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First, I have to admit that I don't subscribe to the whole "life-coach" thing. I wouldn't pay someone to tell me what to do, be my cheerleader and create a life strategy for me (I have a mother for that). But for those who do, this book is a great resource for them. This book is full of encouragement, sprinkled with biblical principles for guidance.
The author also interspersed the book with inspirational stories from an assortment of people who faced misfortunes/hardships in their life. As I read the personal stories, I keep saying "wow!" For example, the author relayed a story in which her mother encouraged her to use a positive mindset because the power over life and death is in the tongue. I must say that I found most of the stories to be inspiring. In fact, my husband related to the passage on Roland Martin, a journalist that he watches on CNN. He kept saying to me, you can't tell what that man went through looking at his ascots today. Those stories are a testament on the fact that we don't know what struggles people have overcome to be where they are.
I encourage everyone, whether you are a positive thinker or not, to print out her 5 commitments and every month, repeat it to yourself.
1. I will not feel sorry for myself
2. I will not stare at the closed door
3. I will dig deep to unearth all the courage I need
4. I will direct my thoughts-my thoughts will not direct me
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There are times, for all of us, that the unexpected happens. Relationships dissolve, loved ones die, accidents happen, jobs are lost...life just throws a curve ball that is so devastating that you're sure you won't recover from it. Step by step, Ms. Burton helps you to see that there is a purpose for everything and that 'Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out,' quote by John Wooden. If you know someone who is suffering in overwhelming struggles with life, two of the greatest gifts you could give them are #1. PRAYER and #2. THIS BOOK! And if you love to be able to give good, sound, G-dly advice to folks who are hurting, then this book should be a staple good on your shelf! Through the sharing of her life struggles, and those of others who examples she shares, you will see the process we all go through to get back on our feet and become better for having experienced it all. You can apply her concepts to all of life's struggles, large or small, and give a positive outlook when the days seem darkest. A good read and glad to have it residing on my shelf!
1) I will not feel sorry for myself
2) I will not stare at the closed door
3) I will dig deep to unearth all the courage I need
4) I will direct my thoughts - my thoughts will not direct me
5) I will choose to believe all things work together for good.
After that, Valorie takes the reader through a thought journey:
1) figure out where you are in life and what exactly the damage is
2) look at your history to figure out how you got here
3) give a name to exactly what you're afraid of
4) look around for resources that will help you recover
5) figure out where to go now (same path? new path? redefine yourself?)
6) plot a course to the new destination
7) take charge of your thoughts
8) figure out how you're growing and share your experience with others
Overall, good life-coaching in a soft-Christian setting.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from WaterBrook Publishing in exchange for an honest review.
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A wonderful book, especially if you find yourself in a slump (or are still on the rebound from one). Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stephanie Elkins
Excellent book! Highly recommend to anyone who is going through a difficult life struggle.Published 15 months ago by DeeAnn Horner
This is great book! If you are or even have gone thru any form of setback and you need to reformulate your 'game plan' in life this book is for you. Read morePublished 17 months ago by anne hamilton
The product arrived quickly. I use the journal during book club meetings.Published 20 months ago by Edna L. McNeal
That's a question I am still trying to answer. Ms. Burton is a fantastic writer and a person who shares your thoughts and ideas. Very well written. I have other books by her.Published on June 7, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Everyone goes through tough times. This book has been the most helpful and best written book I've found on this topic. Valorie is very gifted. Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by Trooth
wonderful purchase price. the book itself is fabulous. Using for a class at church, ordered additional for my sister. Good book @ bargain price.Published on January 22, 2013 by R.Robinson-Wheeler
This is an inspirational, motivating book to help you get back on your feet when life throws you an unexpected curve ball and knocks you off your path. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by Bridget * NuttyHiker