Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Book Recommendation: Overcoming the Nevers

Take a look at this book trailer video and then read more about Teri Johnson's book, Overcoming the Nevers.

(Just for the record, Teri is not a client of KCWC. I offered this book spotlight because I believe in her project and think her message is relevant for today.)

A part of living is enduring challenges and confronting unexpected situations. The “negative NEVERS,” which stem from our list of disappointments, somehow find a way into our lives regardless of our intention.

We are all impacted by the “NEVERS”... ...what have you experienced that you NEVER thought you would?
When we experience “negative NEVERS” that life inevitably throws at us, they can leave lingering feelings of shame, embarrassment and resentment.

These toxic feelings manifest in our lives causing insecurities and fear—for some of us even depression and anxiety. Often times we start to believe lies about who we are, and seek approval from others.

What have you come to believe about who YOU are?

Teri Johnson has been there. She had gotten to a place of hopelessness, a place in her life where she NEVER thought she would be. Teri was stuck and longing for freedom, restoration, and life.

Change was the only option.

Through her journey, Teri discovered that it takes intentional action to restore and recover from this place, and a willingness to overcome.

Are you stuck? If so, you must read this book. Teri Johnson is honored to share with you the tools that she’s learned and how to practically use them in your life to overcome your worst NEVERS.

Expect  to:  
  • discover truth
  • Embrace love 
  • Experience joy
Teri Johnson is the President and Founder of Keeping it Personal, keepingitpersonal.com. She is a speaker and sought-after personal growth expert who enjoys great conversations while sipping coffee, photography, and soaking up as many sunsets as she can. Teri is passionate about helping others as an encourager and a cheerleader to many. The author lives a joy-filled life, deeply devoted to her husband, her two boys, and her relationship with God. 

Teri found that there is no better way to start our day than with some inspiration. It helps keep us grounded and in tune with what’s most important.  She wants to share that connection with you, please join her Daily KIP network to receive an inspirational quote, little nuggets of through in your inbox every morning. http://keepingitpersonal.com/daily-kip/


Connect with Teri at www.terijohnson.com 


Anonymous said...

Do you people have a facebook fan page? I searched for one on facebook or twitter but could not discover one, I'd really like to become a fan!

Kathy Carlton Willis said...

Thanks for asking! For twitter, I'm @KCWComm and for facebook I'm Kathy Carlton Willis Communications. I might add another page on facebook for my speaker/author profile, but currently that's it. Hope to see you there!

Warren Baldwin said...

Linked here from Jeanette's.

This looks like a very good book, practical and much needed. Thanks for making us aware of it.