Sunday, November 25, 2018

The Sparkle Effect Step Into the Radiance of your True Identity by Kristen Dalton Wolfe


The Sparkle Effect Step Into the Radiance of your True Identity by Kristen Dalton Wolfe from Hachette Book Group. Throughout your life, you’ll face challenges that may wear away at your optimism and belief. From breakups to missed opportunities, and admirably heartbreak and disappointment open the door for doubt to creep in, robbing you of your sense of childlike wonder and hope for what tomorrow can bring. Why do other women seem to have when it takes to be liked, successful, and happy? How do they exude a winning “in factor” that gets them so far? Former Miss USA Kristen Dalton Wolfe knows what it takes to win, yet she also discovered that last enjoy incompetence and not found in any accomplishment, relationship status, or circumstance. There is a limit to what you can achieve outside of God’s special plan for your life, even if you have the “it factor”. 


But when you learn to step into your identity as a daughter of the king, you will shine with purpose no matter what life throws at you. Every woman is made to sparkle with God’s Radiance, and Kristen explains how. You can have the sparkle effect and become more fulfilled in your heart and secure in your skin than ever before. Through 31 short chapters that explore the challenges and concerns women experience in relationships, careers, and within their own hearts, Kristen will show you how to claim your royal identity, rise in every situation, and leave your legacy in the world.
My Opinion: this book gives so much insight to women and how insecure they feel reading this book helped me to learn some things about myself and am hoping that it will keep me positive and secure and confident in the woman that I am.

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