Be You: 20 Ways to Embrace Who You Really Are
: Entrepreneur and mother to a special needs child, Lisa Leonard inspires us to stop trying to be all things to all people so we can find joy in who God created us to be. Do you set your...
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Entrepreneur and mother to a special needs child, Lisa Leonard inspires us to stop trying to be all things to all people so we can find joy in who God created us to be.
Do you set your own needs aside as you help others reach their dreams? Whether we are filling a sippy cup one more time, carpooling to endless soccer games, or helping colleagues with their emergencies at work, many of us put ourselves second every day. We end up exhausted, empty, and frustrated.
In Be You, Lisa Leonard guides you to let go of the burdens you were never meant to carry, understand that you don't have to fix everyone and everything, and trust God to take care of you and the people you love. Through 20 simple invitations to be authentically yourself, Lisa helps you explore what life can look like when you give yourself permission to:
be honest be real be messy be loud be loved by God
Be You is a thoughtful gift for the women in your life who do too much. With its colorful interior design and peaceful feel, Be You invites you and those you love to rest in God's life-giving grace on even the busiest days. Here you will find the you who lives life with joy as you receive God's love--just as you are.
Lisa is the founder of and designer for Lisa Leonard Designs. With Lisa's creativity and her husband Steve's vision, together they turned her hobby into a multi-million dollar company. Today they employ more than 150 people in three countries reaching around the world.nbsp; Lisa is a popular jewelry designer, blogger and speaker, sharing her story around the country. Lisa and Steve partner with non-profit organizations and ministries to protect the vulnerable and serve those in need. Lisa, Steve, and their sons David and Matthias live on the Central Coast of California. They love slow mornings, good coffee, chocolate chip pancakes, and adventure. Lisa's favorite things are treasure hunting at local thrift stores, dabbling in photography, and having heart-to-heart conversations over coffee.