There comes a time in all of our lives when we wonder if we’re on the right path. Perhaps a major setback causes us to reflect a little deeper on what’s really important, or when we feel unsettled about our work or the relationships that we are in. This book by Marshawn Evans Daniels steps in to help you find a way through the fog and onto your chosen path.
Marshawn Evans Daniels has a resume too long to list including being a successful professional sports attorney, multi-faceted entrepreneur, philanthropist and leader in the women’s motivation and success arena. This amazing profile in someone so young serves not only as inspiration but as living proof that the fundamentals she shares are compelling and experienced.
She starts by sharing how her most sacred of trusts had been broken, how she’d given up so much for a life of promises only to have them shatter all around her. This betrayal led her to a place of listening to what her gut (and God) were telling her, deeply exploring her true purpose then accepting the invitation of her calling: helping women find order out of chaos and truly succeeding. Throughout the book she shares personal and professional examples in her own life, along with those of her clients, on how to successfully overcome by believing bigger and not letting your circumstances define you.
For those looking to build their leadership skills, Marshawn shares how ‘influence’ and ‘leadership’ are less about titles and positioning and more about “embracing the core essences of who we are” and “owning our identity as a transformer.”
Marshawn’s wisdom and experience guide the reader step by step through her “Purpose Map,” traversing obstacles and setbacks and moving on to the path of achievement. While her philosophy is steeped in her spiritual beliefs, this book contains solid principles and approaches for anyone who is tired of spinning and the frustration of uncertainty and is poised to believe bigger and finaly realize their purpose in life. Check out this amazing woman and her resources and celebrity endorsements at www.Marshawn.com.
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