Review: The Woman Code

Sophia A. Nelson - The Woman CodeTitle: The Woman Code

Author: Sophia A. Nelson


Pages: 272

ISBN: 978-0-8007-2388-0

Genre: CLWI, Self Help

Short Book Description:

Your Key to Unlocking a More Fulfilling Life

Every woman lives by a Code, whether she realizes it or not. The Code is as old as time. It has been practiced for thousands of years, quietly, among the sisterhood of women. This Code is her road map to living, a guidepost residing deep within her spirit. It governs her romantic relationships, friendships, family ties, career choices, and personal sense of well-being and value. And when her Code is out of balance, her life is out of balance.

Drawing from her personal faith and from her experience in the business world, Sophia Nelson explores 20 keys to unlocking the life you want, such as:

· Knowing your innate value and worth
· Teaching people how to treat you
· Making peace with your past
· Learning to lead from within
· Lifting other women as you climb

The Woman Code helps women to honor themselves while navigating the demands of work, home, family, and friendship. It not only calls on women to practice purpose in their lives, it shows them how to do it with grace.

My Thoughts:

Having read what I did in this book really spoke to me, it was deep and insightful. I couldn’t stop reading, but had to put the book down because it was overloading my mind.

The author, speaking from her experiences, was very, how should I say it?, right down to the point. The way she wrote everything out was encouraging, helpful and spoken from experience.

I can’t wait to finish the book and put these codes to work in my own life. Having had some bad experiences in life, this book struck close to the heart.

From what I did read, I would encourage every female to read this book, even if they think that they don’t have any issues to deal with.

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Posted on November 6, 2014, in CLWI, Self Help and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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