About the Author
Elisa Pulliam is passionate about women experiencing a life transformed by God for the sake of impacting the next generation—a mission fueled by God’s redeeming work in her life and twenty-plus years in youth and women’s ministry. She’s the founder of moretobe.com, serves as the Executive Director of kingdomhearts.us, and is a life coach, coach trainer, and speaker. However, she considers her greatest roles as wife to Stephen and mom to four amazing children. Connect with Elisa at elisapulliam.com.
Pulliam has a unique way of tackling each day with a different life topic, Meet the New You is all about encountering God personally as you look at your life from a new perspective.
She uses the same approach when she works with her life-coaching clients. Pulliam asks thought-provoking questions to get you thinking about solutions that are reasonable, biblical, and right for your life today. Each section of the book corresponds to one of the five key phases of coaching:
Phase 1: Awareness, Phase 2: Assessment, Phase 3: Obstacles, Phase 4: Solutions, Phase 5: Vision, these phases are designed to help you get a sense of where you today and where you want to go in the future while figuring out what it is that is standing in your way. In each day’s reading you get biblical application, an activity to work through, reflection questions, and a closing scripture of prayer designed to help you find the solutions to fit your life.
This can be an ongoing process that may take more than twenty-one days, especially if you choose to take weekends off. This book is value packed and you may want to use a journal or notebook to record your thoughts as you work through the exercises and questions. Pulliam allows you to go at your own pace and to walk in grace while tackling this 21 day plan of embracing fresh attitudes and focused habits towards real life change. I highly recommend this life changing go to guide to anyone who is willing to invest in walking in their purpose and plan for their divine life.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this book review.