You will probably hear me say the above title a lot in the coming days. Right now I am trying to choose a subtitle for the book. I am going to show you the table of contents and the back cover copy. Then click on the link at the bottom to tell me what subtitle would most make you want to pick up the book. The title, One Mom Can Change the World, can sound intimidating, when some of us are just trying to get by. Help us make this book seem approachable and doable!
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Can One Mom Really Change the World?
Part 1 What Are You Wearing?
- What Lie Is Written on Your Shirt?
- Do You Need a What Not To Wear Nomination?
- Have You Looked in the Mirror Lately?
Part 2 What Clothes Need to Be Trashed?
- Is Your Shirt Moth Eaten?
- Is Your Shirt Stained?
- Is Your Closet Too Full?
Part 3 Is It Time for Some Power Shopping?
- Does One Size Really Fit All?
- Do You Have the Proper Work Attire?
- Are You a Trendsetter?
- Are You Ready for your “Dynamite” Makeover?
Are you tired of feeling inadequate as a mom? Do you look at amazing crafts on Pinterest, pictures of blissful families on Instagram, enthusiastic status updates on Facebook from other moms and feel like you’re getting this “thing” called parenting all wrong? Do you desire to discover your unique purpose and make a difference in the world, but you just don’t know where to start? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you.
Prepare yourself for a mini spiritual makeover. Claudia (a seasoned nana) and Amy (mom to two lively young boys) will provide you with strategies to help you get rid of the shirts labeled with “Lazy,” “Impatient,” “Less Than,” and “Anxiety-ridden,” and assist you in replacing them with a wardrobe far more powerful.
One Mom Can Change the World will allow you to:
- Relate to stories of other moms in the trenches just like you.
- Learn techniques for positive thinking.
- Identify your strengths as a mom and learn how you fit in the bigger picture.
- Discover how to clean up your “insides” in order to present a better “outside.”
- Recognize and avoid dangerous comparison traps.
- Celebrate your ability to be a world changer through small, deliberate steps.
Go ahead. Dive inside and learn how you can make a difference one thought, one step, one child at a time.
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