To be fair, Find Your Strongest Life isn’t the type of book I’d typically pick up. I was so intrigued, however, by the few endorsements I read–I couldn’t resist. In FYSL, Buckingham addresses a primarily female audience regarding happiness and success in every aspect of life–home, work, family, and all of the extras that fill up our days. Buckingham prefaces his Strong Life Test with stories of real women who have met both success and frustration in their lives over time, revealing commonalities, differences and the ways that decisions, determination and discernment have led them down paths with very distinct outcomes. Undoubtedly, any woman looking to improve some aspect of her own life will find traces of herself within the pages.
My copy of Find Your Strongest Life is now marked up with underlinings, arrows, exclamation marks, stars and the like. There’s not a page that didn’t shed some light or add value to my understanding of where I’m at today, where I’ve been, or where I want to be. If you recognize that there are areas in your life where you desire more success, happiness or fulfillment, this book will add value to your journey. It never hurts to learn more about who you are–especially when you’ll draw closer to your passions and your strengths in the process. Women of the world–find your strongest life!
This book has been reviewed in conjunction with Thomas Nelson’s Book Review Bloggers program.