Am I truly in charge of life and where it's taking me?
This is one of the many questions that we ask ourselves as we navigate daily life. It may often feel as if we're not quite reaching our full potential-that we're somehow stuck and unable to obtain any kind of success. Thankfully, Georgia A. Bryce-Founder and Chief Executive Manager of Building According To Pattern, LLC-tackles this question and others, as she helps you to reclaim your self-worth. In her new book, On Your Way to Meeting You, Bryce uses her knowledge of the core concepts of self-discovery, vision, purpose, leadership, and legacy development to help empower others.
In addition to unlocking your full potential, you will learn more about Bryce as she talks about her personal life experiences and as she shares how she was able to obtain happiness and success.
Those who seek the word of God and seek to remove themselves from the mundane cycle of everyday living should read this book. Bryce will pull you from your comfort zone and will help you craft a clear vision of the legacy you want for yourself. A move necessary to propel you into true success.
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About the Author
Georgia A. Bryce is the Founder and Chief Executive Manager of Building According To Pattern, LLC. As a certified Life Coach, she provides professional and personal development coaching services, delivers keynote presentations, and teaches workshops and seminars to individuals and organizations interested in the areas of self-discovery, vision, purpose, leadership, and legacy development.
Bryce's primary aim is to empower individuals to discover their own unique blueprint and personal authority, and then guide them into building their lives on this basis. Her approach involves incorporating biblically centered patterns and principles that promote true success.
Originally from Jamaica, Bryce emigrated from her country to the United States in 1998 to pursue higher academia. She graduated from Florida International University with a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Nova Southeastern University with a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy.