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Meet the New You!

Today’s post is a little different from what you’re used to reading from me.  I’m changing it up today because I am THRILLED to introduce you to a fabulous new resource and tool from one of my mentors, Elisa Pulliam. 

To say that I am excited to finally hold this book in my hands is an understatement.  I’ve known the message that Elisa has had on her heart for some time and to actually be able to smell the newness of the binding and physically turn the pages of her heart in print; well that’s something special. 

Meet the New You is all about embracing fresh attitudes and learning to focus on real life change.  It’s a 21-day journey, with the destination being a brand new you, or for some, a discovery of a brave new you.  It’s all about life transformation. 

I don’t know about you, but I could use some of that.

So you can imagine my excitement when this gem showed up in my mailbox.  I wasted no time in diving right in.  I’m ready for a change and I’m ready to embrace a new me.  

What about YOU?

Credit: Elisa Pulliam

As a certified life coach and mentor, Elisa knows what she’s talking about guys.  Using her personal experiences paired with her coaching skills and biblical principles, Elisa will take you through 5 phases to meet the new you. 

Phase 1: Awareness
Phase 2: Assessment
Phase 3: Obstacles
Phase 4: Solutions
Phase 5: Vision

Within the first few pages, Elisa’s words will meet you where you’re at.  They are honest and bold.  It’s refreshing to read.  Here are some of the things I highlighted since I started reading:

“God is the master Artist painting the picture of your life, and He sees the whole canvas.  The smudge of color that looks like a mistake may very well become the focal point of the composition as God works it into His perfect creation.”

“Time is consumed, with or without your permission.”

“God understands time in a way we’ll never comprehend, so what if we took our cues from Him on how to work within its limitations?

“This work matters much to God, regardless of how the world perceives or receives it.  Your work is significant not because of the outcome but because of the motive-meaning the state of your heart-whether you’re washing one more dish, completing one more spreadsheet, or matching one more pair of socks.”

And one of my favorite parts is when Elisa shares about her struggle with folding laundry.  As someone who shares in that struggle, it’s awesome.  {You’ll have to pick up the book to hear the whole story.}

Elisa also has a website full of tools and resources that go along with the book and help enhance the journey to the new you.   

Credit: Elisa Pulliam

Elisa is right, time is consumed with or without our permission.  And I don’t know about you, but taking time for myself is extremely hard and I often push it back because of other things that I deem more important.  But as women living and serving in various roles of life, we've got to take care of our ourselves.  

So what's stopping you from meeting the new you?  Go on sister, step out in faith and meet the new you.  You'll love her...promise.   

For information on how to order Meet the New You click here.  

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