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- Reader's Favorite

A book for Christian parents of preschoolers with ideas on how to spiritually parent on purpose. 

- Missouri Life Magazine

When it comes to difficult conversations, women struggle to find the right balance between aggressive (a "witch") and passive (a doormat).Women want to be perceived as competent and to be liked, but sometimes the sweet point in the middle is hard to find. That's why women needed a book like this, but it wasn't available until now.


Every woman intuitively knows that the strategies recommended for men won't work for women. Men will be called decisive leaders and women who do the same things will be called "bossy" (or worse!) If she says "I feel" she may be considered hormonal. People respond negatively to assertive women, whereas assertive men are admired. And when women speak out to defend their turf they're seen as "control freaks," while men, acting the same way, are seen as highly committed.

This book, written by a women-only team just for women is based on ground-breaking research. Presented in a lively and entertaining style, it gives women the tools they need to handle difficult conversations and more.

  • Awarded finalist, 2016 Reader's Favorite International Literary Excellence Book Contest.
  • Amazon number ONE hot new release.
  • Amazon top THREE best seller in Conflict Resolution and top SIX in Women in Business.
  • Five Stars Seal by Reader's Favorite.
  • Selected for review by Publishers Weekly. According to them, "Of the hundreds of titles received every month, only a handful of the very best are selected for review."


"Quick reading. Entertaining.

Full of stories.


Women learn to raise their confidence and tame the fears that prevent them from asking for what they want.


Proven techniques.

Groundbreaking research."

It's actually a pretty good book . . .

A book for Excel users who are tired of feeling frustrated because they know there's a better way, but they just don't know how.

"From the very first chapter, readers will know they have stumbled onto something valuable . . .


Any woman who picks up this book will feel inspired, upon reaching its end, to courageously speak her mind."

- Publisher's Weekly

"An expert guide. Readers won't be disappointed. 


Just what readers need to know.

No fluff, no babbling. 


Intelligently written, upbeat, and filled with insights. 


Lively and highly entertaining. Excellent tool.
A book for every woman, but also a book that men need to read."

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