Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Review: The Woman Code:20 Powerful Keys to Unlock Your Life by:Sophia A. Nelson

The Woman Code: 20 Powerful Life Strategies You Need to Navigate Today's Challenges
About the Book:
Popular TV commentator, former White House correspondent, and motivational speaker reveals the 20 principles that will help women achieve their dreams, purpose, and destiny.

About the Author:
Sophia A. Nelson is an award-winning author and award winning journalist. She is also a highly sought-after corporate leadership trainer and motivational speaker. Nelson has a national platform that is making strides to help women lead more fulfilling and powerful lives in and out of the workplace.

My Review:
 The Woman Code is a book that any woman can use to help inspire her to be better than she was yesterday. I believe from my reading of the book that the author is trying to encourage us as women to reach beyond our circumstances to become strong women. Gone are the days as the author relates, where we are to be outdone by our male counterparts. We as a woman, or the known weaker sex can and will rise above our male counterparts or at least give them an honest fight for a certain job or position.

 In her book she has devised a code that she hopes to give to all woman to hopefully reach beyond their potential into an ever growing and ever changing individual. The book is divided into 5 sections, with each containing 4 of each code. There is also a study guide in the back to use with a small group or you can use on your own. The author has chosen to share with young women or any woman for that matter the morals, rules, and insights that has guided her life and she felt that they could inspire us all.

 Her book is one of many statistics and comes highly favored among many women, professional types. While it seems like a good, effective book overall---I feel it only applies to this type of women. If you would like to learn more you can at this link.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Revell.

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