Does fear have you paralyzed? Are you afraid to take risks and explore new ventures? Have you become convinced that success comes easily to others…but it eludes you? Has adversity driven you to the point of giving up?
There are times in our lives when we wake up and realize we’re not the success we planned to be. Problems seem to pile upon problems, worries upon worries, and fear begins to set in. It may be harder to sleep, and you may even feel like crying. You may wonder, does anybody really care?
I know these feelings because I’ve been there too. At some point in our lives, we all come to a time when we are genuinely tested by a period of despair. It may be the breakup of a marriage, a loss of a job, a serious illness, or the even the death of a loved one. These times can cause us to become better…or bitter.
So why do some people grow despondent and quit, while others refuse to let tough times defeat them? Why is it that some people manage to turn their problems into possibilities? Some seem to grow during tough times, to learn from them and overcome overwhelming odds, and then step back on the path of success, happiness, and hope.
And more importantly, how can you be this kind of person—the kind who gets up when you’ve been knocked down?
What to do? This book provides a simple set of guidelines—eight concepts to break the gridlock of panic and paralyzation. When you feel like everything around you is falling apart, these are the eight things God helped me with and that I think He desires to share with you, too. Here is the insight and inspiration you need to build new dreams from the disappointment of your life.
No matter what is going on in your life, it isn’t final. Your troubles have a limited lifespan. It’s time to get up and dust yourself off, because here’s what to do when everything falls apart!
|Publisher:||Word and Spirit Resources|
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About the Author
Van is the author of several bestselling books including Stay in the Game, Dare to Succeed, Take It Back, Winning 101, The C.E.O’s Little Instruction Book and Storehouse Principle. Van is in demand for his thought-provoking seminars and keynote engagements to Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, professional and collegiate sports teams, churches and para-church organizations, and management and sales conventions worldwide.
Van Crouch has the ability to motivate people to raise their level of expectation. He will cause your attitude to become more positive, your problems smaller, your self-esteem and confidence will grow, and your self doubts disintegrate. He is sure to both inspire and challenge you. Van and his wife, Doni, reside in Wheaton, Illinois.