Impactivity: What if You're Working Hard on all the Wrong Things?
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You want to make a difference in the world and live a life of impact.
But what if you’re working hard on all the wrong things?
Impactivity will take you deep into discovering God’s call for your life – the dream He’s placed within you and the unique adventure He’s calling you to live.
A life of Impactivity is more than mere productivity, it’s a busy life of purpose that is also balanced and joyful.
Whether you’re struggling to know what’s next for you, or trying to figure out how to do it all without burning out, Impactivity will both teach and inspire you to discover the dream that is calling, and to pursue it with passion, balance, and joy.
LEARN FROM SOMEONE WITH EXPERIENCE...
Tracy Higley, bestselling author and successful entrepreneur, has been where you are. After decades of keeping up with publishing contracts, four kids, church ministries and grad school, all the while running a million-dollar retail business, Tracy "crashed and burned."And learned. The answer did not come from changing her fundamental personality of achiever, but by taking those strengths and fitting them into a structure that explodes productivity while staying balanced, healthy and joyful.
"Inspiring, challenging, and freeing. The best book for Christian entrepreneurs I've ever read."
~Lacy Williams, USA Today bestselling author and small business owner
"Tracy Higley is John Maxwell for women! Empowering, practical and inspiring, Impactivity was exactly what I needed to help focus my goals, my dreams and my daily to-do list into a life of Impactivity. If you want to stop running in circles and start moving forward to make an impact on your world--and love doing it--this series is exactly what you need."
~Susan May Warren, best-selling novelist and founder of My Book Therapy, a craft and coaching community for novelists
"I'm pretty sure Tracy Higley cut out a picture of me, stuck it on her computer monitor, and wrote Impactivity just for over-achieving me... This guide has given me much to think about in terms of my impact on this world, and my health in the midst that pursuit."
~Mary DeMuth, author of Worth Living