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Arthur Brisbane was a run-of-the-mill newspaperman, no better and no worse than a he receives How To Sell Your Living beyond your feelings - Joyce Meyer. This books ( Ways to Simplify Your Life [PDF]) Made by Joyce Meyer About Books Joyce Meyer, #1 "New York Times" bestselling author. Let me share with you ways to approach living that can simplify your life and, in turn, release and increase your joy. I believe they will dramatically improve.

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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Joyce Meyer has been teaching the Word of God since Ways to Simplify Your Life - Kindle edition by Joyce Meyer. I just read an excerpt from Ways to Simplify Your Life by Joyce Meyer that I couldn't help but share! Take a look and let me know what you think. Paull, Candy. great ideas to simplify your life / [writer, Candy Paull]. p. cm. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love.

James ran a successful real estate business before deciding to voluntarily simplify her life in She had a fat planner that contained her entire life, a large house she shared with her husband, and basically all the complications we all have in our lives. She took a retreat and examined what was really important to her. She decided to change her entire life. She and her husband began decluttering their home, and eventually got rid of so many things that they could move to a smaller home.

She sold her business and started writing and doing other things she enjoyed more. Her books St.

Another way to simplify your life is to 55 Stop The Busy Work: Busy work is the nonproductive time we spend sharpening pencils, cleaning out our desks, making unnecessary phone calls, getting another cup of coffee, organizing our schedule, drawing up reports, doing research, making more unnecessary phone calls—things we convince ourselves have to be done before we can get down to our real work.

Some busy work is unavoidable and necessary. There are two reasons for busy work. In this age of workaholism, busy work has been elevated to an art form. It is the phenomenon that in many cases makes it seem imperative that we spend ten to twelve hours a day in the office. If you began your simplification program out of the need or the desire to cut back on your spending, your entertainment expenses were probably among the first to be reduced.

In either case, cutting back on your nightlife, and looking within yourself and to your family for entertainment, is a positive step toward simplification. The financial rewards of avoiding such activities as movies, plays, theater, opera, concerts, cabaret, and nightclubs are obvious. The personal rewards may not be so apparent at first. Oftentimes, in the process, the things we really like to do have been overlooked.

I was recently in a meeting with a dozen high-powered professional people. We started talking about our goals for our leisure time, and how seldom we allow ourselves to truly enjoy our own quiet moments.

We each decided to make a list of the things we really liked to do. I did not really like this book too much.


There are some good quotes and points made but I found the format rather choppy and had the distinct impression that she rushed through writing this to meet a deadline.

Not bad but not great either I thought. Jan 29, Deb rated it liked it.

Had a lot of good points. It is a good study and devotion. Jan 02, Becky rated it it was amazing Shelves: First of all, Joyce Meyer is a Christian writer. I'm familiar with other books of hers, but I hadn't enjoyed any via audiobook. This book is read by Sandra McCollom who is Joyce's youngest daughter.

She is a Christian stay at home mom to twin girls and did a wonderful job with this book. I enjoyed her passion in the reading as well as her voice and cadence. Each of the Ways are their own section in the audio, so it's First of all, Joyce Meyer is a Christian writer.

Each of the Ways are their own section in the audio, so it's easy to re-listen to them and refer back to them. Each of the Ways begins with a quote and I found myself looking forward to them. In fact I made notes of some that were particularly interesting to me.

I do not want to spoil the book for anyone, but I'd like to list a couple of the Ways. It is true that God wants us to lead a simple life and cast our troubles to him.

I believe that was the message I was to take from this book since it's the one I noticed being repeated throughout the many Ways. I loved this book.

I was listening to this at the same time that I read No Experts Needed: I do not believe that these were sent to me at the same time was an accident. It was meant for me to read them. It is my goal, challenge, mission and prayer to begin living a better life. I really have this book to thank. Hachette Audio; Unabridged edition November 12, Language: English ISBN This audio book from her is no exception. I don't think any of the advice she gives is either earth shattering or new.

She takes very down to earth advice and pairs it with a scriptural basis for it. Joyce reminds readers of God's instruction to focus on one day at a time.

In the book she encourages readers to realize they don't have to do, fix, or manage everythingt themselves.

You can start with just a few things and work on them and then add a few more. All of the ideas will help in some way to make your life a bit simpler - from learning to say no to learning to set boundaries.

Simplify your life : 100 ways to slow down and enjoy the things that really matter

If you're someone who hasread a lot of self-help books, this might be a bit simplistic for you, but I think overall it's a helpful book. This book keeps things simple and straightforward.

There's no magic cure here The first time I read this book, I had no idea who Joyce Meyer was so I was a bit taken aback by all the religious references. After hitting rock bottom last year, I started going back to church.

This is when I found out who she was, and I really liked her inspirational messages. I had given the book away, so I was happy to see that my library had the audiobook. This is going to sound mean, but the reader had an annoying voice. I tried not to pay attention while listening to what was important I really loved what she said. It is something that everyone, even the ones who are not religious, could really get something out of.

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Yes, it has a lot of religious references, but it's what she is saying that is important. Nov 13, Lynn rated it it was ok. This book is very religious, it begins with a bible verse and the number of the way to simplify your life. Many are things you know you should do, some of things that you probably will never to, and the rest fall in between. Some of the ideas made me think about how I go about life.

This was more of a list with explanations, than a book you would sit down and read. Maybe it would be better off as a religious calendar. Aug 18, Karen rated it it was amazing. I love this book. For me, it isn't a read it through and have it done book. I use it one day at a time taking breaks when I want to. I have been inspired and reminded what my real values are.

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That's the heart of simplifying. I try to take one step, then work on another. It's all good. I am still using this one. There is so much in it that it is never done.

Wonderful book. Highly recommended. View 2 comments.

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I love Joyce Meyer! She is my kind of women! I catch myself seeing similarities in how I used to feel in the past and sometimes present times. She really zones in to what's really happening and making me aware of how I need to think or do when situations arise.

I love how she puts scriptures into everyday situations. She has helped me so much on my journey with God! I highly recommend her books! Sep 01, Samantha Nowatzke rated it really liked it.

Joyce Meyer is truthful and to the point. This is an easy read that compiles the little things we can do to simplify our lives and increase our joy. I read it in one sitting over a couple of hours and would recommend to anyone looking for a Christian based read that doesn't want to dive in to deep but would just like a quick reminder of some things you can do to simplify your life.

Apr 16, Teresa rated it really liked it. Read as a book club book with friends from church during Lent. Chapters were quick reads and just enough info to get me thinking. I go back and reread certain chapters when I need reinforcement. There is some repetition and contradictions but our group decided it was because some of us were taking the info to literal.Feb 13, Laura rated it it was ok.

Copyright Reed Business Information. There are some good quotes and points made but I found the format rather choppy and had the distinct impression that she rushed through writing this to meet a deadline. She reveals the ways in which God delivers His word and the benefits of asking God for the sensitivity to hear His voice.

She has also released thousands of audio teachings as well as a complete video library. So she's had to learn how to make the most of every minute of the day!

Highly recommended.

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