The Me Project
Most women in the midst of careers, marriage, raising children, and caring for parents set their personal goals aside. The Me Project provides women with fun and creative ways to bring back the sense of purpose and vitality that comes with living out the plans and dreams God has planted in their hearts. Kathi Lipp’s warm tone and laugh-out-loud humor will motivate women to take daily steps toward bringing purpose back into their lives and give them the confidence they can do it in spite of busy schedules.
A woman who reads and applies The Me Project will:
- discover the unique plan God has for her life and her role as a wife, mother, worker, or volunteer
- gather a community of like-minded women who want to make their goals a priority
- change her attitudes toward her roles in life, as well as how she approaches her personal goals
This handy guide coaches women to do one simple thing toward achieving their goals each day for three weeks, bringing a sense of vitality and exhilaration back into their lives.
“Kathi Lipp is amazingly insightful and delightfully practical in her new book, The Me Project. It is more than a book–it’s a journey that will help you define, refine and realize your God-given dreams. Brimming with fresh and innovative ideas, this 21 day guide will produce a lifetime of direction while enabling you to see God’s plan for your life unfold one dream at a time. For everyone who longs to become who she was created to be, this book is for you.”
–Stephanie Shott, Speaker, Bible Teacher and
Author of Ecclesiastes: Understanding What Matters Most
“She had me at the title: The Me Project. Wait a minute! What’s a self-centered title like this doing in the Christian living section? It’s not all about me, is it? The short answer: Kathi Lipp’s book is all about me (or you) because it helps readers explore the desires God’s implanted in our hearts. And that makes it a great match for life as he intends it. I appreciate the fun way it helps readers break down goals or dreams into bite-sized, achievable pieces.”
–Marti Pieper, writer and editor, MartiPieger.com