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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Dungy, Tony. Quiet strength : the principles, practices & priorities of a winning life / Tony Dungy with Nathan. thoughtful, inwardly focused, quiet 'gems' within our midst. If you count . PDF e- book ISBN . practical steps to build on your quiet strength. Tony Dungy is the currently-retired Super Bowl winning coach of the Indianapolis Colts. Quiet. Strength: The Principles, Practices, & Priorities of a Winning.

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If you thrive in the inner sanctuary of the mind, heart, and spirit, but shrink in the external world of noise, drama, and chaos, you are an introvert. Written for the quiet and sensitive people of life, transformational mentor, and holistic writer Aletheia Luna takes us on an inspiring journey of self-rediscovery and empowerment, asserting that it is not necessary to change who we are, or to fight our reserved natures to live fulfilling lives. We no longer have to face being overlooked, underestimated, forgotten and taken for granted in life as introverts. Despite what our friends, family members, and societies tell us, we are valuable and worthy. Written with compassion and insight, Quiet Strength is divided into six unique and profoundly transformative Journeys focusing on the topics of Personal Power, Authenticity, Assertiveness and Deep Connection. Designed to help us reunite with our quiet strength, each chapter is written to target different aspects of our lives that create fatigue, frustration, and dissatisfaction, replacing these sources of disempowerment with understanding, acceptance, and reconnection with our deep wellsprings of quiet vitality. How to live a life of meaning and purpose by identifying and respecting your deeply held values. How to completely accept and develop unconditional love for yourself by identifying and embracing your strengths and weaknesses as an introvert. How to overcome anxiety by challenging and replacing self-sabotaging thought processes. How to assertively deal with conflict as an introvert. How to be heard and understood by learning to identify your needs and desires in conversations. How to be recognized for the gifts and talents you have to offer by reflecting your quiet strength at work. How to connect deeply with friends, family members and colleagues.

Her most important message I feel is that the most dangerous injustices are those we inflict on ourselves. No one should accept an injustice, but neither should one strike out; one must have the inner dignity and the quiet strength to stand firm in one's A quiet little book, filled with the reflections of a quiet, but extremely strong, little woman.

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No one should accept an injustice, but neither should one strike out; one must have the inner dignity and the quiet strength to stand firm in one's beliefs. Rosa Parks. Mar 04, Sally Matheny rated it it was amazing This is a short, quick read. It's not just Rosa Park's account of that historic day she kept her seat on the bus. The focus is the Source of Mrs.

So often, as students in school, we don't hear the faith stories of our heroes. This little book by Rosa Parks, with the help of Gregory J. Reed, gives a more complete, and richer story. Feb 03, J. Underdown rated it liked it Part auto-biography, part devotional, part inspirational quote book, part advertisement for the foundation Parks co-founded.

All of these things work as a good snippet into the life of one of the Civil Rights Movement's leading figures but feel disjointed enough to leave the reader wanting more. Not a bad read, just not as satisfying as it could be. Feb 06, Didi rated it really liked it.

This book was a gift from a friend and I was so happy to read this month, Black History Month. It's an excellent novella that explores the details of Civil Rights from Rosa Parks point of view. It also depicts her hope for the future. While reading this little book which details the thoughts, feelings, actions of Rosa Parks, I wondered if I would or could have been as strong she and others who sacrificed, boycotted, marched, and persevered for Civil Rights.

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The hardship of fighting back was the This book was a gift from a friend and I was so happy to read this month, Black History Month. The hardship of fighting back was the first step to refusing inequality and making a significant change for African-Americans.

What people can do when they put the collectivity in motion! This novella is separated into twelve sections and delves deep into the realities of living and trying to survive for African-Americans through segregation.

Each section begins with a quote from the Bible that describes the meaning of the section, with a picture of Rosa Parks during another important part of her life.

It also puts to rest a lot of the supposed truths around what Rosa Parks was thinking and how she felt.

This is a book worth picking up. Aug 12, Rosa Cline rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is such a wonderful book, from Ms Park's stand point. I learnt things about her that I never was taught in school. I was taught that she was a colored lady that feet hurt so she didn't give up her seat on a bus to a white man. That wasn't the issue at all So on that day she used This is such a wonderful book, from Ms Park's stand point.

So on that day she used her Faith and it helped her through being arrested and charged which later was overturned and she didn't have to pay a fine but it started the boycott movement that after watching the movie about Megar Evers that Whoopi Goldberg does a WONDERFUL job in, I though that only lasted a few days but in reality lasted for over a year! Ms Parks refers to her Faith and her upbringing Can't say enough about this book. It's written in small paragraphs so if you don't have time to sit and read it all at once you can read a few paragraphs and just savor what she is saying.

This is a book to read if you are a child in school needing to write an essay on Rosa Parks or if your an adult that never was truly taught about the wonderful lady this person was.

Jun 12, Hayes rated it really liked it Shelves: A quiet little book, filled with the reflections of a quiet, but extremely strong, little woman. Rosa Parks was one of the catalysts for the explosion of the civil rights movement in the s, and remained active until she died at the age of Her most important message I feel is that the most dangerous injustices are those we inflict on ourselves.

No one should accept an injustice, but neither should one strike out; one must have the inner dignity and the quiet strength to stand firm in one's A quiet little book, filled with the reflections of a quiet, but extremely strong, little woman. No one should accept an injustice, but neither should one strike out; one must have the inner dignity and the quiet strength to stand firm in one's beliefs.

Mar 31, Eric Acree rated it it was amazing. Great insight into the thinking and life of Mrs.

Rosa Parks. Mar 04, Sally Matheny rated it it was amazing.

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This is a short, quick read. It's not just Rosa Park's account of that historic day she kept her seat on the bus. The focus is the Source of Mrs.

Parks' strength- her faith in Jesus Christ. So often, as students in school, we don't hear the faith stories of our heroes. This little book by Rosa Parks, with the help of Gregory J. Reed, gives a more complete, and richer story. Feb 03, J.

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Underdown rated it liked it. Part auto-biography, part devotional, part inspirational quote book, part advertisement for the foundation Parks co-founded. All of these things work as a good snippet into the life of one of the Civil Rights Movement's leading figures but feel disjointed enough to leave the reader wanting more. Not a bad read, just not as satisfying as it could be. A quick short read written by Rosa Parks herself. She talks about her values and hopes for the future.

How even though there are issues today, we can overcome them by sticking together, supporting education for children and youth, and above all, pursuing a non-violent approach to standing up for what is right. May 03, Rose Boyer rated it really liked it. What a great woman! Even though she repeats herself in several places, it's better to have her own words on various subjects.

Good little book to keep our hearts open to the injustices in this country. Jul 19, Joshua Lawson rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed this personal collection of memories and exhortations from Rosa Parks. May her tribe increase.