March Book Club: Imperfect Courage by Jessica Honegger, Founder of Noonday Collection
This March, join me and hundreds of others to live a life of purpose and go scared!
As I think about how I want to show up in my life - for my family, my customers, my team, and more - I am so thankful to rest in this essential truth:
Sometimes you can't get everything perfect. But you go anyway.
Do you ever feel like you could use some more courage to show up for your life? Could you use a boost of self-acceptance and sisterhood to drive you toward the impact you're meant to live, imperfect but present? If so, listen up, because this is the start of a new you.
That's because Noonday's founder, Jessica Honegger, is doing a book club all month to help you jump-start - or continue - your courage journey.
You can read my review here of her book, Imperfect Courage, which came out last summer. I so want to get it in your hands, and this is the perfect time to do so - because here's what you can expect when you join the book club:
A (gentle and loving) kick in the pants to get you going on a path of loving yourself, finding your tribe, and stepping into your story
A free digital download of a 30-page workbook to help you put the concepts into action
Weekly live videos with Jessica in the exclusive Book Club Facebook group, going through 3 chapters at a time. These will be Wednesdays at 8pm CST starting on the 6th, but of course, rewatch any time.
Don't think you have time? Grab the audiobook - you can even get it free with a free trial of Audible - and pop in your earbuds as you wash the dishes. I promise you, you'll be eager to sit down and see what insights the workbook can bring your way, because this is an investment in you.
You owe it to yourself to become the person you're meant to be.
Once you join, please pop into my Facebook group and post to share your plan, and tag me as you share with your friends. I'll be re-reading, and going through the workbook, with you!
So let's connect in my group and challenge ourselves, together, toward lives of greater purpose - not because we strive for perfection, but because we become people of IMperfect courage who go anyway.
Ready with my pen and a listening ear,