Impactivity: How to Set the World on Fire without Burning Out
But what if you’re working hard on all the wrong things?
You’ve heard all the advice to slow down, be more of a “Mary” and less of a “Martha.” But you don’t want to slow down—it’s not how you’re wired. Instead, you want to live a full and busy life with purpose and meaning, a life that is balanced and
Within the first few chapters I was able to tell that I was not the target audience for this book, because this really was written for vision-oriented Christian entr ...more
No, I have not yet sat down with it and gone through all the thinking and planning it suggests, but I can ...more
This book was a bit confusing to me. Some chapters read like a "self-help" book, while others read almost like a novel. The two completely different tones did not flow well at all, and the "novel" chapter only repeated in lengthy analogies the same things discussed/explained in the "self-help" chapters. One or the other were unnecessary.
The content of Impactivity would be helpful for someone who is too busy in life. For those people who need a nudge or shove in the right direc ...more
I really enjoyed this book and the ideas presented by Tracy Higley. I am a therapist and have found her concept of following your own adventure to be very useful with my clients. As a Christian therapist, being able to incorporate God's Purpose for our Adventure adds so much more! Thanks for giving me some great tools! ...more
From her earliest childhood, there was nothing Tracy loved better than stepping into another world between the pages of a book. From dragons and knights, to the wonders of Narnia, that passion has never abated, and to Tracy, opening any novel is like stepping again through the wardrobe, into the thrilling unknown. With every book she writes, she wants ...more