Friday, May 8, 2015

Learning Leadership Through Loss: A Book Review By Lashon Campbell

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Learning Leadership Through Loss: 
A Book Review By Lashon Campbell




Good morning and thanks for stopping by my blog once again. I have some great news for you today. I have a book that I know will bless so many of my readers. The name of this book is "Learning Leadership through Loss" by Sylvia D. Hepler. 





COPYRIGHT 2015 SYLVIA D. HEPLER





No matter how many years I have been in leadership, I have never stopped learning and I know that I never will. With that knowledge I am able to be a asset in my business and also a positive example to the people that are in my life.


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Everything rises and falls On Leadership. You have to be effective as a leader for your business to thrive. Through adversity, It is a absolute must to stand stronger than ever. This book shows you how to channel that pain and use the lesson as a way to be even more productive. Not only will you learn how to be more productive during this time, you will also help others succeed at the workplace.




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Your testimony that you are facing, OR will face can help so many others. That is why this book is such a blessing to me. God has allowed me to see what happens when you Grow as a Leader. This has truly been a positive and eye-opening time for me and I know this book will have such a huge impact on the lives of people that read it. 
Get your copy today. 











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I received a complimentary copy




Follow this LINK to purchase this book.



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This blog post is written from the heart and I have been directly inspired by the brilliant writing and transparency that the writer has shared. You to can move forward after experiencing a loss. To God be the Glory! I know that some of you right now have hearts that may be broken, So I pray that the love and peace of our God blanket each of you.



The three main things I personally learned from this Amazing book:





Learned how to use my personal pain




Enhanced my career





Applied my pain and learned life lessons






Give thanks unto the Lord; call upon his name: 
make known his deeds among the people
 - Psalm 105:1 




After reading this book, I felt a tremendous amount of PEACE and slowly learned how to develop a thankful heart. I know that It will help you to get past your own pain and grief. I hope that you will develop the habit of counting your blessings and have a joyful heart. Until then, I will be praying for you.








About the Author 

SYLVIA D. HEPLER 


COPYRIGHT 2015 SYLVIA D. HEPLER


Sylvia Hepler, is a talented Author and also a career development specialist for managers and executives.  Her new book has inspired me in so many ways. 
She currently resides in Mechanicsburg, PA.






For more information visit www.leadershipthroughloss.com and www.launchinglives.biz








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LASHON CAMPBELL RESIDES IN OCEANWAY, FLORIDA WITH HER HUSBAND A COMMAND MASTER CHIEF AND THEIR 3 CHILDREN.

10 comments:

  1. Good morning, You are going to love this book! I know that the pain you are feeling is real and you may feel a little hopeless. Pick up this book and get started on being whole once again. The pain is real right now, but don't forget: you're on your way to the promise that God has for you. Hold on just a little bit longer. This transitional phase leads to destiny! God Bless you all.

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    1. I would love to be whole again. Thank you Lashon

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    2. Carlos,

      Please know that I am praying for you. I encourage you to keep praying and hold on to your faith.

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  2. I am very moved by this review. I will definitely have to get a copy of this book. My nephew died a few months ago and I am still dealing with my own grief. Its just so hard to get through. thank you again for always sharing positive media, books and messages to us. I feel so blessed to read this today. God Bless you Mrs. Campbell

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    1. Aaron,

      Thank you for these kind words.

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  3. I thank you Slvia Hepler for a book that is so necessary for so many....Thank you

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  4. Gregory Underwood, Baltimore, MDMay 11, 2015 at 8:02 AM

    You have to find a way to challenge that pain. This is a really good book.

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  5. I feel so much stronger after reading this book.

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