Lost that "spark" somewhere along the way? You are an unique gift to the world - discover clarity of direction and shine!
Joel Boggess has Master's degrees in counseling and business. He has been a life and career coach since 2006. In addition to his own journey, Joel offers a number of real-life accounts of the growth and success his clients have experienced. These stories bring to life the truths he offers. Highly relatable and immediately applicable, Finding Your Voice will help you get back in touch with the real you to live your best possible life.
You will learn:
- How to get "unstuck" and move forward to the life you were born to live
- How to take control of your schedule and live a life with less chaos and more meaning
- How to make better decisions for work, home and family, and to be at peace with your life direction
- How to identify unique gifts and skills that enable you to make a difference in the world
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About the Author
As an author, life coach, and online radio host, Joel Boggess teaches professionals and women on-the-go how to find clarity, confidence and direction; even if they feel stuck, overwhelmed, or unchallenged. With a Master’s degree in counseling and many years’ experience working one-on-one and with special interest groups, Joel has the know-how, skill, and wisdom, to help you tune into and fully express your voice. Joel Boggess is the go-to guy for clarity, confidence, and direction.
Table of Contents
- Chapter One - Grasping for Hope
- Chapter Two - Do You Know Your Own Voice?
- Chapter Three - What’s Your Story?
- Chapter Four - What’s Your Perspective?
- Chapter Five - What’s Stealing Your Voice?
- Chapter Six - What Excites You?
- Chapter Seven - Moving Forward with Clarity, Confidence, and Direction
- Chapter Eight - Enjoy the Journey More Tools and Resources to Help You Find Your Voice
- About the Author
What People are Saying About This
"You may feel like your life is out of your control--that others, or your circumstances or past mistakes have already determined your destiny. I've learned, however, that you have the ability to improve your life by making choices that are authentic to your personality and your priorities. Joel's book, Finding Your Voice, will help you tune into what really matters to you so you can make better choices and achieve goals that are meaningful to you." -- Darren Hardy, publisher of SUCCESS magazine and New York Times bestselling author of The Compound Effect
"In Finding Your Voice, Joel Boggess explains that it isn't selfish to focus on your needs and dreams. Being your best possible self benefits everyone around you! Read this book with a pen. Your world will thank you." -- Carrie Wilkerson, author, The Barefoot Executive: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom & Being Your Own Boss
"In Finding Your Voice, you'll learn how Joel Boggess turned tragedy into triumph and how you can use authenticity to become your best self. Reading this book is like having coffee with a friend who only wants the best for you. I recommend it." -- Mark Sanborn, Award Winning Speaker and bestselling author of The Fred Factor
"If you aren't honest with yourself, how can you be real with anyone else? You can't! That's why, in his new book Joel Boggess guides you through the process of cutting away the expectations, past hurts, and mistaken beliefs that are keeping you from being your best. Stop pretending to be what others want. Read Finding Your Voice and learn how be yourself." -- Mel Robbins, host of The Mel Robbins Show and author Stop Saying You're Fine
"In this terrific book, we learn not only why Finding Your Voice is so important to living a successful life; the author also takes us through a step-by-step tutorial on exactly how to do it. This is foundational in terms of doing what you love and living with joy. Great job, Joel!" -- Bob Burg, coauthor of The Go-Giver
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a very well written book. This book strikes a balance in understanding and accepting where we have come from and walking us through introspective exercises into discovering who we are. Joel provides great examples about how accepting who you are or Finding Your Voice can lead to powerful changes in your personal and professional life.
Practical Tools and a Passionate Challenge for You to Become True to the Person You Were Meant to Be In his book “Finding Your Voice “ Joel Boggess, motivational speaker and career coach, describes the steps we process for finding our unique voice. He helps the reader “Sort through the clutter.” Joel weaves themes for developing the enduring qualities of focus, intention, self-discipline, clarity, and confidence as requisites to finding your voice. Throughout the book he uses real-life illustrations from coaching clients, mentors and other life coaches, while integrating personal life experiences. Joel shares his own story of finding hope in the midst of childhood and adolescent tragedy, misfortune, and heartache. He tells of his struggle with balance after a life threatening accident which led to his immersion into the discipline of the martial arts. He tells how the practice of courtesy, integrity, perseverance, and a determined spirit shaped his character Joel’s writes with a passion. His insights inspire authenticity and empower the reader to take transforming action. He describes how through renewed confidence you can discover the value of love, patience, and gratitude, these coupled with gentleness, kindness, and temperance will direct your full attention to your true self which result in establishing genuine friendships and making an impact in the lives of others. “Finding Your Voice” is written for anyone who feels out of control, is struggling with self-acceptance, feels stuck in a dead-end career, find themselves in transition, or have come against a roadblock negotiating life changes. A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.
The sample is really bad because it only contains all of these endorsements. It's so many that I was feeling uncomfortable after a while. It's strange. If the author's on such a good path, why is he so conceited? You should limit your endorsements to only four pages if you don't want to turn people off.