64 Lessons for a Life Without Limits
by T.D. Jakes
What people need today when they and society at large are in social and economic distress is great advice and spiritual support that is easy to ... Show synopsis What people need today when they and society at large are in social and economic distress is great advice and spiritual support that is easy to access. 64 Lessons - informed by two of Bishop Jakes' bestselling titles, Reposition Yourself and Making Great Decisions - is a ready-reference book of advice to keep readers on course in managing their careers, relationships, health, home and spiritual well-being. The 64 lessons explore ideas like: 1. Good choices begin with research; 2. Quitting can be good, at the right time; 3. Begin before 'need' arises; 4. Regret can be the begging of triumph over adversity. For instance, we've all been told that quitters never win. But, there IS a time to quit, whether it's your job, marriage, church or project. The biggest problem with quitting is the timing. Quitting too soon may mean that you relinquish your dreams. Get comfortable with change. Even after you've repositioned yourself, change is constant. You may need to quit something in order to make room for the next season of your life. Before you quit anything, look within and determine your real motives. Revisit the longings deep in your heart. Get a clear perspective on what you're releasing and what your taking hold of. Examine your prior choices and consider what you've 'quit' in the past. This honest self-examination will prepare you for a new beginning.