by Zaheen Nanji
Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Zaheen Nanji
Pub Date: September 2015
Book Links: Goodreads Amazon
You can truly have it all. Learn how to balance your life and get everything you want.
Does your life seem to put constant roadblocks in your way? Does your attempt to balance family, work, and relationships make you feel burnt out from sunrise to sunset? Author Zaheen Nanji understands where you've been, and how you can take action to move forward.
Nanji has overcome great obstacles to be the entrepreneur, speaker, wife, and mother that she is today. In her journey from East Africa to Canada, she faced displacement and disruption. A stuttering problem beset her with embarrassment and confusion. Her experiences taught her to become stronger and more grateful, and through her new book, The Resilience Reflex, she can teach you to the same essential traits.
Part narrative and part tutorial, Nanji uses her personal experiences to share keen insights about seemingly impossible challenges. As your partner in your efforts to overcome barriers, Nanji will help you turn setbacks into opportunities and push through any possible challenge. Touching upon both personal and professional scenarios, this book will help you navigate life's most perplexing obstacles and develop resiliency and courage in the process.
The Resilience Reflex is relatable and engaging, and you may feel as though it's speaking directly to you. Reading this book will inspire you to find solutions to your most pressing personal and professional challenges.My Review: Well the blurb of the book already says a lot about the book. But once you read it, you actually do get a lot from it. Things like this, is where I get picky, since it talks about a lot of things that I need. So if the book doesn't deliver, well I won't be happy.
Anywho, I have A LOT on my plate daily. It drives me nuts if I can't check something off my list. If something gets in the way of things being done. Just a lot of daily things that come up and well, I don't manage it all so well. However, after finishing this book, I was able to take some tricks from it and hopefully it will work in making things easier for me.
It's one of those books that you need to read yourself in order to see if it fits with something in your life and if it can actually help you. I can say it was a good read for me. It has helped in giving me some ideas to strengthen, make things go more smoothly, and well it just helped. So for me it was a good book and it is worth the read for pretty much anything that you could think of.