Organizing from the Heart: Change Your Mindset, Conquer Your Challenges

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With overly packed schedules and overly packed homes, most of us live under some level of accompanying stress. Our lives have become unbalanced, and we are paying a high cost because of it. Our personal relationships, spiritual well-being, emotional stability, and even our physical health can be compromised when we live a life that is out of balance and disorganized. If we don't start making better choices that line up with our value systems and help promote a life that flourishes, the cost to us and our families...
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Overview

With overly packed schedules and overly packed homes, most of us live under some level of accompanying stress. Our lives have become unbalanced, and we are paying a high cost because of it. Our personal relationships, spiritual well-being, emotional stability, and even our physical health can be compromised when we live a life that is out of balance and disorganized. If we don't start making better choices that line up with our value systems and help promote a life that flourishes, the cost to us and our families will rise. This book provides a practical and thoughtful way to look at what it really means to be organized from the heart. You'll be examining heart issues, relationships, personality and even some great practical ideas to help you face your organizational challenges for the glory of God.
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Editorial Reviews

Frankie Sherman
Organizing from the Heart will open the eyes and hearts of women and will have a huge impact on the people in their homes. This book is packed with practical advice and godly wisdom on getting organized from God’s perspective. I just loved it and highly recommend it for women who have more to do than time allows.
Laurette Willis
I’m quite impressed by Organizing from the Heart. I know it will be a great resource, confidence booster, and guide for many. A lot of thought and heart went into this! It’s a much-needed book on a topic daunting to many (like me)!
T. Elizabeth Jones
It can be very humbling to admit you need help. I believe this is especially true for women concerning our homes.
Organizing from the Heart is full of hope and practical methods for managing our homes so that God can be glorified.
I needed it and plan to use it with the ladies I disciple.
Melanie Dorsey
Since reading Organizing from the Heart, my home has been consistently cleaner! I like that the authors teach how to let your strengths work for you by adding individual temperaments into the "cleaning equation.” As a bonus, this is not only a book but ideal as a Bible study whether for personal use or in a group.
Susan Lawrence
Organizing from the Heart isn’t your typical here’s-a-compilation-of-great-but-totally-unreasonable-ideas-to-help-you-clean-up-your-act. It won’t send you on a guilt trip or compare you to Cinderella. It will meet you right where you are and encourage you toward growth. You’ll find Scriptures, personal reflection questions, action-based assignments, and inspiration to take at least one step forward.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477446041
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 8/7/2012
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 1,368,478
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Stephanie Baker is a Board Certified Master Christian Life Coach, Certified Professional Coach, and Certified Technical Trainer. She lives in Simpsonville, South Carolina, where her coaching practice, Life in Abundance (www.lifeinabundance.com) is located. She is an active member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, the International Christian Coaching Association, and the International Association of Coaching. Stephanie is married to Jeff. She enjoys camping, reading, and women’s ministry activities.

Beth Beutler, author of Time Management, Jesus’ Way, is an author/blogger, speaker, and communications/marketing professional as well as a certified Financial Peace at Work™ trainer. She is the owner of www.hopeunlimitedforyou.com, Helping Other People Excel by encouraging them to stay close to God and doing life well. Beth is married to Keith and has one young adult son. Beth enjoys NASCAR, traveling, reading and social media.

Karina Whisnant is a women’s ministry leader and administrative professional who is passionate about helping women grow in their relationship with God and others without being hampered by the stresses of everyday life management and organizational issues. She loves to help others get organized through sharing ideas and coming alongside in projects. Karina is married to Kyle and has a teenage son and young daughter. Karina enjoys traveling, shopping, and reading or watching a good story.
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