9 Things a Leader Must Do

Our next book for month five of 2017 is “9 Things a Leader Must Do.” by Dr. Henry Cloud
Genre: Career/Business/ Leadership
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Are you struggling with how to be the perfect leader. Maybe, you need a little guidance on how to be a better leader. “9 Things a Leader Must Do” helps identify errors most leaders make that compartmentalize them into bad leaders. Every leader is different because we add value to a company in ways that fill in the blanks needed. This book will give you tips on how to become the leader you always wanted to become and how that will help those who are depending on you to make them better employees. To purchase “9 Things a Leader Must Do,” click on links below. 

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The Lost City of Z: Book Review

Book Review: The Lost City of Z
Author: David Grann
The Lost City of Z tells the story of a sensational disappearance that made headlines around the world. A quest for truth that lead to death, madness or disappearance for those who seek to solve it. Fawcett did not find that treasure, but was hooked by the notion of treasure hunting in general. The rest of his life was one long quest. His mishaps and triumphs were followed by would-be adventurers around the world. The tale of a deadly obsession.
In 1925, Fawcett ventured into the Amazon to find an ancient civilization, hoping to make one of the most important discoveries in history. For centuries Europeans believed the world’s largest jungle concealed the glittering kingdom of El Dorado. Thousands had died looking for it, leaving many scientists convinced that the Amazon was truly inimical to humans. But Fawcett, whose daring expeditions inspired Conan Doyle’s The Lost World, had spent years building his scientific case. Captivating the imagination of millions round the globe, Fawcett embarked with his 21-year-old son, determined to prove that this ancient civilization–which he dubbed Z–existed. Then his expedition vanished. Fawcett’s fate, & the tantalizing clues he left behind about Z, became an obsession for hundreds who followed him into the uncharted wilderness.
The Lost City of Z tells two stories: of the explorer chasing his mirage, and of the reporter chasing the explorer chasing his mirage — twin obsessions spun together like strands on a helix.
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Book Club: April’s Book


Our next book in Myeka’s Book Club for the month of April is The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom.
Genre: Fiction
Movie date: May 2009
Dor, the central character, invents the first clock. Punished for trying to measure time, Dor is banished to a cave for thousands of years. Dor becomes Father Time and has to listen to every person who laments about not having enough time. Eventually, Dor has a chance to redeem himself and regain his freedom. He must help two diametrically different people understand the value of time management.
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Book Review: The Shack


Book Review: The Shack
Author: W.M. Paul Young
Tragedy can strike at any moment. Mack understood that more than anything. After a family trip, everyone comes back home accepts his daughter. While on a camping trip, Mack’s daughter is abducted by a stranger who is a familiar face at the camping grounds. Prior to Mack’s daughter’s disappearance, similar stories had been reported with the same abductor at the suspect. Mack is going through a parent’s worst nightmare. Returning home, Mack and his wife are at a disbelief about the disappearance of their daughter. They don’t know why it’s happening to them, but God does. Throughout The Shack, God is guiding Mack to seek higher guidance to understand the reason behind why his daughter has left him. He is lead to a place where the answer to all his questions are revealed.
When we go through things, we want to know why it is happening to us. The thought of it possible being our fault runs through our minds. We reminisce on past arguments that were unsettled, past events that changed our lives that were unforgiving. The lifestyle that we are living is now in question. Should we change? Forgive? The Shack teaches us about forgiveness and how to deal with those who have forsaken us. God has a way of changing our perspective, but are we prepared? Do we want to know the truth?

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Chapter 10 Synopsis Crazy Love


Chapter 10: Final Chapter; Live Your Purpose

The way you choose to live daily is the way you choose to live your life. Most Christians are aware that if we choose to live for Christ, we will be crucified in His name. Sacrificing is a major topic in Christianity because once you say “yes” to God, you are saying “no” to friends, family, old ways, temptation, addictions, and many other things that distract you from God.

Chapter 8 Synopsis Crazy Love


Chapter 8 Synopsis: Are you obsessed with God?

Obsession: To have the mind excessively preoccupied with a single emotion or topic.

When you look around and see what you have, your day-to-day schedule, your friends, etc, what can you say you are truly obsessed with? It is money? Popularity? Image? Are you more obsessed with those things than God? Obsession with God shows through our actions and our willingness to help those in need, including our enemies.


Chapter 7 Synopsis Crazy Love

Chapter 7 Synopsis: Giving In

We all know that when we do the right things, other things have to be sacrificed. If we choose to live a certain lifestyle, at times, somethings are lost such as friends, family, popularity and reputation. “The temptation to level off increases with each passing year. Pride tells you that you’ve sacrificed more than others. Fear tells you it’s time to worry about the future. Friends say you’ve given enough, that’s it’s someone else’s turn now.”



Crazy Love Synopsis Chapter 3


“Crazy Love” Synopsis Chapter 3: Would they forgive you?

Would you be disappointed if the person you lived the most told you that they only love you because of what you can do for them? Do we do the same to God? If you feel you have only loved God because of the things He has done for you, then the good thing is that He forgives. Can you say them same for your friends or family members? If they knew you only loved them for the things they provided for you such as food, money, or other materialistic things, would they forgive you?

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