Still Standing

100 Lessons From An 'Unsuccessful' Life
 
 
SPCK Publishing
  • erschienen am 18. Juni 2020
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  • 208 Seiten
 
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978-0-281-08326-8 (ISBN)
 

What do you do when life hasn't turned out the way you expected?


When it feels like everyone else has it together but you're still figuring it out?


And if God is meant to be your guide, why do you feel so lost?


Tola Doll Fisher has asked these questions countless times and still doesn't have the answers. But as she explains in this series of 100 'life lessons' maybe that's okay...


Refreshingly relatable and heartbreakingly honest, this is a book about discovering joy in the journey of a messy, work-in-progress walk of (sometimes failing, but still standing) faith.

  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
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  • USA
  • 0,72 MB
978-0-281-08326-8 (9780281083268)
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Tola Fisher is the editor of Premier's Woman Alive magazine, a writer and speaker. She was previously editor for two magazines published by international development organisation Mothers' Union and started her journalism career as a columnist for the Birmingham Evening Mail (now Birmingham Mail).

Tola is an opinion columnist for The Independent Voices, HuffPost UK and has featured in consumer titles, Company, Psychologies and Pride. She contributed to the 40 Acts Campaign in 2016 and 2017.

Not afraid to shy from difficult topics, Tola spoke about faith and sexuality at a panel talk hosted by Scarlet Ladies, interviewed controversial influencer Chidera Eggerue on boobs, books and black girls and delivered a TEDx Talk called "Debunking the Myth of Success".

Tola was listed as one of The Voice newspaper's women to watch for their International Women's Day special in 2018 and an Inspirational Christian Millennial in Keep the Faith magazine.

Read more from Tola at linktr.ee/christcouturegirl
Instagram :@ChristCoutureGirl
Twitter: @ChristCouture

  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Acknowledgements
  • Section One - Lessons from success
  • Lesson 1: Live 'unsuccessfully'
  • Lesson 2: Stories for success
  • Lesson 3: Let the music play
  • Lesson 4: 30 before 30
  • Lesson 5: It takes two
  • Lesson 6: This face isn't going to sell itself
  • Lesson 7: Learning to grow
  • Lesson 8: Use your sword
  • Lesson 9: Stay in your lane
  • Lesson 10: Don't believe the hype
  • Section Two - Lessons from work
  • Lesson 11: The lie of 'Mondays'
  • Lesson 12: Lessons from younger you
  • Lesson 13: Imposter syndrome
  • Lesson 14: Attitude is everything
  • Lesson 15: You don't have to be a 'girl boss'
  • Lesson 16: Learning humility
  • Lesson 17: Trust him
  • Lesson 18: Seeking perfection
  • Lesson 19: Connect, create, collaborate
  • Lesson 20: Our colleagues don't have to be our friends
  • Section Three - Lessons from friendship
  • Lesson 21: Love lists
  • Lesson 22: Do as I say, not as I do
  • Lesson 23: When their happy is too loud
  • Lesson 24: Choose your audience
  • Lesson 25: Here for a reason
  • Lesson 26: Misery loves company
  • Lesson 27: Give them flowers and give them love
  • Lesson 28: Honesty friends
  • Lesson 29: Friends who make you feel good
  • Lesson 30: How to let go gracefully
  • Section Four - Lessons from family
  • Lesson 31: Be your brother's (and sister's) keeper
  • Lesson 32: The power of praise
  • Lesson 33: Set your own tone
  • Lesson 34: The power in our words
  • Lesson 35: We should all be 'mums'
  • Lesson 36: Humility precedes honour
  • Lesson 37: Intentional adulthood
  • Lesson 38: Go for it
  • Lesson 39: What's in a name?
  • Lesson 40: Home sweet home
  • Section Five - Lessons from marriage
  • Lesson 41: 'We kind of didn't get on'
  • Lesson 42: His perfect timing
  • Lesson 43: Soulmates
  • Lesson 44: Free will
  • Lesson 45: It's not you, it's me
  • Lesson 46: The D-word
  • Lesson 47: Be kind to yourself
  • Lesson 48: On forgiveness
  • Lesson 49: Love, honour, respect
  • Lesson 50: Your prince will come
  • Section Six - Lessons from loss
  • Lesson 51: Lessons from my first time
  • Lesson 52: Barely there
  • Lesson 53: Losing Annie
  • Lesson 54: Unhappy people
  • Lesson 55: Be childlike
  • Lesson 56: Stay soft
  • Lesson 57: 'You can't sit with us'
  • Lesson 58: How death lost its sting
  • Lesson 59: Letting go of idols
  • Lesson 60: Not my will but yours
  • Section Seven - Lessons from identity
  • Lesson 61: Why I'm not here for religion
  • Lesson 62: Why I had to leave church to find God
  • Lesson 63: Embrace your inner outlier
  • Lesson 64: Understanding privilege
  • Lesson 65: Who am I?
  • Lesson 66: Wilderness years
  • Lesson 67: Fighting fear
  • Lesson 68: You are good enough
  • Lesson 69: Take me back to Egypt
  • Lesson 70: Not everyone has to like you
  • Section Eight - Lessons from dating
  • Lesson 71: In love with 'love'
  • Lesson 72: It's not what you think
  • Lesson 73: Sex = Love?
  • Lesson 74: Listen to your gut
  • Lesson 75: Tell him!
  • Lesson 76: Do something
  • Lesson 77: Season of Tinder
  • Lesson 78: Age ain't nothing but . . . half your age plus seven
  • Lesson 79: Opposites attract
  • Lesson 80: Jesus is the cornerstone
  • Section Nine - Lessons from health
  • Lesson 81: Your body is a temple
  • Lesson 82: Lessons from the slopes
  • Lesson 83: Food served with love
  • Lesson 84: No notifications today
  • Lesson 85: Facing your finances
  • Lesson 86: How to spend a pre-payday weekend
  • Lesson 87: Understanding January
  • Lesson 88: When your hair is not your crown
  • Lesson 89: Not world peace prayers
  • Lesson 90: Be nice
  • Section Ten - Lessons from standing
  • Lesson 91: Let 'Judge Judy' do her job
  • Lesson 92: Women united
  • Lesson 93: Righteous anger
  • Lesson 94: Ask for what you want!
  • Lesson 95: Superwoman
  • Lesson 96: We need men too
  • Lesson 97: The lost art of letter writing
  • Lesson 98: Protect your dreams
  • Lesson 99: God on our level
  • Lesson 100: Lean into risk
  • Copyright

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