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by Annmarie Kelly

eBook Victorious Woman! Shaping Life's Challenges into Personal Victories download ISBN: 0974603708
Author: Annmarie Kelly
Publisher: Optimal Living Press (September 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 279
ePub: 1367 kb
Fb2: 1137 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Biography
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Author Annmarie Kelly writes this book in hopes of challenging women to become their strongest selves. How some of us are victims, then survivors, then shape life's challenges to finally become victorious.

Author Annmarie Kelly writes this book in hopes of challenging women to become their strongest selves. She touches on so many topics and issues in this book. Everything from being a people pleaser and being passive-aggressive, to having low self esteem and letting others walk all over you.

Victorious Woman! book.

Some have called Victorious Woman "a blueprint for life" and "a practical approach to taking control of your life.

Annmarie Kelly, author. Empowered Women is the focus of this book that features stories of real life women who overcame seemingly impossible odds, including abandonment in marriage, domestic abuse, beating cancer, physical challenges and professional "glass ceiling" breakthroughs. Readers will recognize themselves in the feelings each woman expresses as they reveal "the good, the bad and the ugly" that eventually resulted in their victory. It's been called "inspirational," "uplifting," and "practical.

Annmarie Kelly insprires women to embrace their powerful feminine victory within by stretching out of their comfort .

Annmarie Kelly insprires women to embrace their powerful feminine victory within by stretching out of their comfort zones to achieve their goals. I pride myself on being an engaging and inspiring speaker, who will motivate your guests into having their own personal victories.

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Annmarie is a member of National Speakers Association (NSA), Toastmasters International, and is a licensed distributor for Everything DiSC®, the Time Mastery® Profile and other behavioral assessment tools.

So Annmarie Kelly invited award-winning Keller Williams Realtor Maureen Ingelsby to give you the 411 for .

So Annmarie Kelly invited award-winning Keller Williams Realtor Maureen Ingelsby to give you the 411 for getting your house ready. Maureen is also a popular realtor in Delaware and Chester Counties, a Philadelphia Magazine Realtor You Can Trust and, in 2015, was named Small Business Person of the Year by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.

She demonstrates victory by taking you inside the lives of nine distressed women and showing you how they became victorious. Author Annmarie Kelly is a professional speaker, workshop leader and victory strategist, who has firsthand knowledge of the transformative power which determination and motivation, the stuff of victory, can have in a person’s life.

Presents nine compelling and inspirational narratives of women who faced seemingly overwhelming challenges such as cancer, domestic abuse, glass ceilings, dueling priorities, and more. Each detailed portrait of victory is followed by coaching-style questions designed to help the reader explore her own life and then take action toward victory. In the final chapter, lessons from each narrative are compiled into a Victorious Woman Model and a fuller exploration of victory. Original.
Comments: (7)
Chankane
I always find that self help books are hard to review without sounding preachy or just plain tacky. I think the book either moves and helps the reader, or it doesn't. It really is up to the individual reading it.

I found Victorious Woman! to be a nice, uplifting read. I usually read self-help books slowly, taking my time to reflect on the book. As soon as I began reading this book, I found myself breezing right through it.

Author Annmarie Kelly writes this book in hopes of challenging women to become their strongest selves. The book shares the stories of nine different women. Each has overcome obstacles and not only survived, but became victorious in the end.
I also found it a nice idea that Annmarie Kelly suggests the reader keep a journal handy, to log thoughts in daily while reading.

As I read these women's stories, I was not only inspired by them, but I was also humbled. These women overcame illness, abuse and poverty and in the end survived and made something of themselves.

Lilly, married an abusive man at a young age and after many years of putting up with his abuse, she finally decided to leave him and take custody of their children. Nancy, who left a toxic marriage to wind up living with her three children on welfare worked her way up at a bank to a supervisory position.

Annmarie Kelly includes 'Stepping Stones to Victory' at the end of each story. There's a set of questions pertaining to the story. These questions and exercises are meant to be logged into your journal.
I liked this practice especially:

"For the next thirty days, practice radical happiness. Write down two ways you can do this during the next month. For example, list the ten best days or moments of your life. When you catch yourself worrying, being resentful, or thinking negatively, consciously stop this thought process and shift your thoughts to one of those special moments. Allow two to five minutes to dwell on your happy event."
p. 153, Victorious Woman!

Another idea I thought was really good, was writing your life story. You write your story, as long or short as you want to, and look back on different decisions you have made. The idea is to reflect on the good choices verses the bad ones. Who you've become now and who you were back then. How far you have come and how much further you want to go.

The author ends the book with the stepping stones to success. How some of us are victims, then survivors, then shape life's challenges to finally become victorious. She touches on so many topics and issues in this book. Everything from being a people pleaser and being passive-aggressive, to having low self esteem and letting others walk all over you.

"Many, many of us are more victorious than we, and the world, give us credit for being."
p.20, Victorious Woman!

I found some sound advice and helpful exercises within these pages. I recommend Victorious Woman! to those looking to be inspired, reflect on life and become motivated.
Akinohn
Lillian went through emotionally (and probably physically) abusive relationships. Maureen got hit with a divorce out of the blue and had to work two jobs to help support herself and her five children with no child support coming from her ex-husband. Kathleen wound up in a failed marriage and had to pick herself back up again. Toni battled food-related health issues (along with her daughter) and had to make a decision on whether or not to put herself first. Nancy, an African-American woman in the 1950s, decided to leave an abusive marriage and raise her four sons on her own. Pattie was diagnosed with not just one cancer, but a possibility of three different cancers ... all at the same time. Alisa risked losing it all in order to do what she loved. Mary (aka Tekki) deals with dwarfism and had a hugely negative self-image.

All of the women mentioned above have one thing in common: they didn't give up. Each one figured out what it was she needed to do in order to overcome her obstacles. Reading about their stories had me looking at my life trying to figure out if I was unhappy in any area and, if so, what changes I needed to make in order to overcome them.

Each chapter has, what I call, a reflection section at the end themed on what was discussed in the chapter. The reflection section present questions to the reader about past and current situations. The answers are to be written in a journal.

Victorious Woman! is set up to inspire women as well as motivate them all at the same time. It really is a wonderful book to have in one's possession, especially if you need that extra boost to self-start your victorious path.
Blackbrand
Do you remember I today you that I was reading Victorious Woman! by AnnMarie Kelly? This is a book that helps you shape your life's challenges into your very own personal victories. I am so happy to be at the point where I can claim victories over so many of my struggles. Tribute Books Blog Tours has been happy to share with us.

Well today was one of those times I was happy to really dig in. I was helping with Granny M. She has surgery coming up next week so we had to do the pre-register and testing today. That means waiting for several hours while being tossed to and fro from office to office.

These kind of days really do test your patience. Some times we have to remember that while waiting is hard it is a great time to get right inside yourself. I was able to really take in the ideas that Annmarie planted in Victorious Woman! In chapter 9, "Do What You Love" helps me remember that I really do enjoy this blog. It is a place where I can relax and let my true self come out. And there are rewards such as doing reviews (I love reading). When I finally quit worrying will people read what I write and started talking just about what was going on in my life, my blog grew. In other words when I did what I loved here the love was returned. Thanks so to everyone here!

Do you claim Victory over your trials and tribulations? Do you remember that you do triumph, win and grow? And how do you help your spirit grow within? If you wonder if there is more (and there is always more) then maybe you can get a lil guidance with Annmarie.