Item description for Your Signature Life: Pursuing God's Best Every Day by Dianna Booher...
What if we all lived our daily lives so that we could be proud to add our signature to it at the end of the day-just as an artist or novelist signs a finished piece of work? When a craftsman signs his work, he's making a statement: "I'm taking ownership. This is my personal best at this moment." Your Signature Life encourages us to give God the very best of ourselves at work, at home, and in relationships, through the choices we make every day.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.54" Width: 5.82" Height: 1.06" Weight: 1.09 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 0842382801 ISBN13 9780842382809
Availability 0 units.
More About Dianna Booher
Dianna Booher is author of thirty-seven books, many of which deal with various aspects of communication. As the founder and CEO of her own training firm, Booher Consultants Inc., Dianna is a respected expert in her field. She works with twenty-five of the fifty largest corporations in America and 227 of the Fortune 500.
Dianna Booher currently resides in the state of Texas.
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Contemporay Wisdom from the Sages May 15, 2006
Wisdom and general life principles drawn from the Biblical book of Proverbs accompany an amazing compilation of quotes from scores of sources. Booher draws from these sources to walk the reader through a process for gaining wisdom, wisdom for those who show a commitment to morally right choices, pursuing God's best as you produce your own signature life.
The book is made up of three sections:
Part I: The signature life is compared to painting a portrait. This section concentrates on building character as a foundation for the finished product, a signature life. Each chapter in this section ends with a challenge for adding the finishing touch to the signature portrait. This is done through the use of profound inspirational chapter summaries or challenges.
Part II: The signature life is compared to writing your Blockbuster life story. In this section Booher leads the reader into profound insights into building and maintaining relationships. Each chapter closes with suggestions for adding the finishing touch to your Blockbuster life story.
Part III: The signature life is compared to building a house (your life work). As a business administrator I found this section rich in illustrations and challenging application. The section starts with personal goals and a blueprint for finding a defining statement for your work.
The book includes charts, bulleted lists, highlighted topics, quotations and text laid out in an easy to read and assimilate format. This is a book you will want to refer to often. It is an excellent gift for the graduate, for anyone in business, and for anyone wanting to pursue God's best every day.
Booher is an outstanding communicator and uses heartfelt, often dramatic stories to impact and encourage the reader to not only reflect but to motivate life changing action to create a standard of excellence. You will find this book to be is a stimulating motivational reading experience.
Your Signature Life: Pursuing God's Best Every Day Dec 9, 2003
This is a beautifully written book that helps us to understand how what we say & do affects other peoples life's both at the work place and in our daily life. Dianna uses real life examples that show just how taking the time for a kind word or deed can make a difference in showing God's love to others. I highly recommend that corporations have all of their employees read this book.
Your Signature Life by Dianna Booher Dec 6, 2003
Personal accountability, integrity, character - whatever you label it, it's doing the right thing, even when no one else is watching. "Your Signature Life" is a personal-development home run!
Through captivating imagery and intriguing statistics, Dianna Booher challenges us to examine our lives to see what kind of character we are developing. Do we reflect light or darkness? She shows us how our experiences and relationships may help to form the way we look at the world, but they do not have to define who we are or who we will become.
Although we cannot control the actions of those around us, we are called to control our responses to those actions. Personal accountability is not a thing of the past. We can and must have it today if we ever hope to look back over our lives and smile. Others are watching. God is watching.
Ms. Booher's latest release, "Your Signature Life," is a triumph for those seeking to live a life of integrity and total fulfillment.
Your Signature Life Dec 4, 2003
This book brought to my attention the importance of giving my best in the small details of daily living. Dianna Booher challenges you to evaluate what value your personal "designer label" holds. My favorite part of the book is when Dianna encourages you to "consider yourself as the builder and owner of You,Inc."
After reading this book, I shared the concept of being able to sign my signature to the end of every day's work as my personal best, much like Michelangelo, Monet or Renoir, with my eleven year daughter (who had been skimping on some math homework). A few days later, as I looked over her math notebook, I noticed she had signed her signature ("Her Name, Inc.") at the end of every (much improved)lesson. When I asked her about it she said, "I am doing my best work and I am proud of my personal label."
I am grateful for the positive influence this book has had on our family. I want to commend Ms. Booher for being able to sign this book "Dianna, Inc.", a personal best.