5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit

I’ve never thought of myself as a quitter.10426856_10204329484716157_6242537118572845057_n

As a youngster I was taught integrity includes following through with your commitments. Therefore, backing out of a commitment, even if something more appealing presents itself, has always been difficult for me. That should mean I’m not a quitter, right? Wrong.

Before reading 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit I had never realized how quick I am to quit on myself.

  • Limiting sugar consumption
  • Exercising regularly
  • Folding Laundry (and putting it away)
  • Pulling weeds out of the garden
  • Painting the doors entering into our home (I started this FIVE years ago and it’s still not finished!)

All of these are endeavors I started with gusto, but somewhere along the way they went from being a great idea to no longer interesting, and I quit. While I’ve always tried to fulfill my commitments to others; I’ve cut out on my own personal projects more times than I can count.

So this got me thinking. How many times have I lamented to my husband that I don’t feel fulfilled? Could it be that my feelings of being unfulfilled are related to the countless personal projects I’ve begun, but failed to see through to completion? Is my lack of completing things well causing me to feel unfulfilled?

Perhaps.

Feelings of being unfulfilled are real, and well…discouraging. And, I’m just thinking I may not be the only person who has experienced these feelings. While there are countless reasons fulfillment can evade us, could one reason possibly be that we (myself included) are cutting out on our assignments before they are complete?

This is where 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit came to my rescue.

Author, Nicki Koziarz, has crafted a powerful and applicable message about not quitting. Nicki uses the power of God’s Word, coupled with her own personal testimonies of quitting to present a message that’s unforgettable. I won’t give away her 5 Habits (you’ll have to purchase the book to find out those), but here is what I will tell you.

5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit has given me the insight to:

  1. Recognize when I’m on the verge of quitting.
  2. Receive biblical perspective to help me press on.
  3. Rekindle my determination for the goals and dreams I’ve held long in my heart.

And, it can do the same for you! Whether you are a stay-at-home mom, a woman working in corporate America, a small group leader or fresh out of college there’s something for you in 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit.

4 thoughts on “5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit

  1. I’m definitely going to have to pick up this book. I can relate to this post 100%, including the door, except it’s only been one year for me! ugh! Thank you for being transparent. Again, I can’t wait to grab this book. Thank you!

  2. Great endorsement for the book, Leigh. I often have those “throw in the towel” thoughts, typically when I’m doing too many things at once. I love your insights in recognizing when that is happening and pressing in to God. Truly sometimes simply resting in His presence and experiencing His grace, is enough to get us back on track. Makes me think of Psalm 3:3 “But you, O Lord, are a shield about me, my glory, and the lifter of my head.” Blessings, sweet friend.

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