Solid, step-by-step guidance shows you how to move confidently into the future of your dreams. Practical, down-to-earth wisdom teaches you how to take charge of the crucial choices and challenges you'll meet along the way. Rehearse and prepare for life's pitfalls (before they happen) and the possibilities (so they will happen). Also available in audio.
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"This book literally saved my life." --An abused spouse.
"An excellent guide to career planning. I recommend that you add this powerful tool to your personal growth toolbox." --Former Executive Director, Lincoln County Counseling Center
"Get it. Read it. Apply it. Don't wait for something to happen! This book will help you. I promise." Jim Blasingame, The Small Business Advocate
Obstacles make life interesting! They are detriments to some who see only the blockage in their paths. To others, an obstacle is simply a stumbling block that can be overcome with foresight and diligence. It is an opportunity to improve yourself and the situation. An optimistic attitude is important. The person who succeeds is the one who knows how to turn a problem inside out, so that it becomes the genesis of a solution.
Trailblazer tells reader to design own life
Sunday Patriot-News, Harrisburg, PA (with permission)
Jo Condrill exudes the confidence necessary to write a new book titled "A Millennium Primer: Take Charge of Your Life."
Condrill progressed from a part-time job in Texas as an editorial assistant for Airman magazine to supervising militaryofficers in the Pentagon in less than 10 years...At the Pentagon, Condrill was involved with building the first information age Army. She was eventually selected to become deputy to the division chief for logistics plans and operations...,
Condrill is not singularly focused on her work, either. She is eminently proud of the four young adults who call her "Mom."
This alumnus of the Army War College has some fond memories of the short time she lived in Carlisle. . . .
Her second book coaxes readers to dream big dreams and design the lives they wish to live. A woman who carved out a career as a leader in the Pentagon knows something about creating a designer live....
The military environment abhors indecisiveness. Condrill coaches her readers to use the power of decision-making to shape and control their lives. She reminds readers:
"We do not realize how powerful we are. We blame our choices on outside influences. How many times have you heard someone say 'I had no choice' or 'I couldn't help it.?' Was it true? Or did the person just not understand the power of his or her personal choices?"
Condrill has left her powerful mark on the world and on the military.
An easy way to 'take charge of your life'
The Daily News, a Chat with Lou Major, President, Wick Communications (with permission) Now that we are well into the new century, it's about time we take a look at where we are and where we're going.
To that end, I read a really constructive book recently titled "Take Charge of Your Life."
The author is a woman who moved from Texas to Washington, D.C. to do just that. And in spite of those who thought she was bonkers to leave the big state and move to the bustling hotbed of the nation's capital city, Jo Condrill did just that and has had a super career as a result.
Her book virtually tells her story, or at least what she did to make it all work....
There are hundreds of self-help books out there and they keep on coming.
This one is a little bit different because it actually allows you to keep score on yourself...
It tells you about when to hold and when to fold. It tells you about partnerships with others, asking for help, forming teams.
It is that type of approach that Condrill follows throughout the book, almost holding your hand as you go from page to page.
For anybody in any job or position anywhere, it is well worth the time to seek out this new book from GoalMinds publishers.
Not Just Another Communication Seminar
"For those of you who missed the seminar, check out Jo's book, 'A Millennium Primer: Take Charge of Your Life.'You will be cheating yourself if you do not actually try some, if not all, of the exercises. It will be time well spent. I urge everyone to put into practical use the chapters on forming support teams and strategic alliances." Dona Z. First State Women, Delaware Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.
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Reader Reviews for "Take Charge of Your Life: Dare to Pursue Your Dreams"
|Reviewed by Reginald Johnson
|"Take Charge Of Your Life" has my highest recommendation. It is packed with down-home advice ... and should be used by all who wish to pursue their hopes, dreams, and destinies.|
|Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
|Hi~ My fellow writer, I'm getting this through Amazon... Thank you! for putting your heart and soul into it!
I have Goals and I believe this will give me the push and know-how I need more of!
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