Hi friends! Today’s review is for Growing Boldly by Emily Ley.
*Disclaimer : I received a copy of this ebook for free as a part of the launch team in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
Below you’ll find the description of the book followed by my personal review and star rating.
Thanks for taking the time to read today.
In Growing Boldly, Emily will help you:
Believe in who you are and Whose you are . . . and move past the lies and fears holding you back
Figure out what makes you tick and own it confidently
Gather all your grit, learned lessons, and tools because it’s all valuable
Imagine the life you dream of and decide how to make it happen
Love your people well so that you create a lasting legacy
Clear the clutter and cultivate clarity so you can do what matters most
Do the hard work without forgetting to feed your soul
A stunning foiled cover, beautiful photography, ribbon marker, and presentation page make Growing Boldly:
A thoughtful gift for a friend or family member
Perfect for Mother’s Day, birthdays, or holidays
A let’s-get-rolling encouragement incentive for yourself
Emily Ley has shown us how to give ourselves grace in Grace, Not Perfection, how to simplify our lives in A Simplified Life, and how to replace busyness with true connection in When Less Becomes More. Now for the first time, Emily draws on her own story of creating a highly successful business–and loving the process–as she teaches us how to move forward in our own vocations and serve others at the same time. This is the start of something good. Get ready to build a life you love.
Growing Boldly : My Review
Emily Ley has written the perfect book to begin a new year on. I appreciate more than anything that this isn’t a book that “screams” at you, makes you feel motivated and encouraged for a week, but then you’re right back where you were…possibly even more overwhelmed than before.
Growing Boldly challenges you to make a lasting legacy – and requires answering some tough questions along the way. Please take the time to answer all of the included questions – I promise you will feel enlightened by the end.
My favorite concept of the book is when she talks about using curiosity to find your calling. That challenged me in the best way, and made me really come to terms with what my calling just might be.
I am very glad that I got a chance to read this book, it’s one that I can come back to when I need a little inspiration.