Book Review of Pink Purpose Author Reneë Beck
Women of Reverence would like to thank Karabo for her Book Review. See below.
What was once a dream of ‘one day I want…’ to business owner Reneë Beck, has turned into reality as she has now become an official author after releasing her first book, titled Pink Purpose. Beck is the owner of a women empowerment platform, Pink Lemon Development, which exists to connect, educate and inspire women to develop the mindset and skills they need to build the lives and businesses they love. This book is a journey from diagnosis to destiny. The faith forward example of the power of positivity, love and the life of a Christian through a health crisis..
Tell us a bit about yourself:
I am a married mom of 3 and currently employed in the financial services sector as a marketer. I love the Lord with all of my heart and I am an aspiring NLP coach.
What drew you to read this book:
My own personal journey as a leader and a coach in training; plus the desire to learn from someone who has walked where I aspire to walk myself.
What impact did this book have:
It served as a potent reminder of what a purpose drive life should look like. That's we are not called to perfection but rather to committing to being more like Christ in whatever we are doing. It helped to bust some old myths that we all fall victim to on our growth journeys. I cannot wait to pass it on to my 19 year old daughter. I wish I had this at her age!
In a paragraph, what is the main point:
Although targeted at women, I strongly believe that both men and women would benefit from reading Pink Purpose as it simplifies the meaning of purpose and can be effectively used as a handbook or workbook for both individuals and groups who are seeking to understand their purpose in God. While not much of the content is new (can be found in most popular coaching & self development books) what sets Pink Purpose apart is that 1. It' rooted in scripture 2. It is very easy to understand - Reneë uses simple, everyday language which means much less time is used trying to understand what is being said by the author. 3. Reneë draws from her personal experiences, which makes it relatable as well as applying the art or storytelling - which is super cool and keeps you engaged and inspired. 4. Its sweet and short. I often struggle to read books that end up exalting the author or their experiences or that go on and on. Pink Purpose simply starts the little spark needed to help the reader to light on up on what God has intended for them to achieve. Each topic, the pause and reflect section and the purpose action seem so intentional in moving the reader to purposeful living. I read the book over a couple of days - I would encourage the readers to make this part of their quite time or personal development and rather read it chapter by chapter- allowing themselves time to think, pray and wait for God to be part of the whole process.
Who would benefit from reading this book:
Young women leaving school or varsity. Young mom's who are coming out of being homemakers seeking to go back to work or start a business New retirees who are looking to start afresh Young female entrepreneurs People who are feeling 'stuck" in life.
All comments are reviewers own.