Make It Happen
:"You know all those things you've always wanted to do? You should go do them!" In the constant chase for perfection women find themselves worried, anxious, and completely overwhelmed. Working women want to take their careers to the...
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:"You know all those things you've always wanted to do? You should go do them!"
In the constant chase for perfection women find themselves worried, anxious, and completely overwhelmed. Working women want to take their careers to the next level, but are struggling to "do it all." Stay-at-home moms look for relief from burning the candle at both ends. Aspiring entrepreneurs and artists seek the courage to jump into a new venture. Make It Happen is the tool these women need to finally let go of the chase for perfection and take the leap of faith towards God's perfect plan.
Author Lara Casey was once a burned-out workaholic buried by debt, depression, and a failing marriage. Now thriving as a wife and mother, and running a booming business that fills her with joy, Lara is on a mission to share her experience and help readers find the spark that lives inside them. "I believe in the impossible. I'm living it," Lara says. "Life is too short to wait to take the leap!"
Written for women who want to do it all and live a life of meaning, Make It Happen rescues them from being overwhelmed by endless to-do lists, paralyzing fears, and other obstacles that stand in the way of cultivating the rich life God desires for them.
With seasoned advice, wisdom, and encouragement, Lara helps them pinpoint what isn't working and how to get there from here so they too can make it happen!
Lara Casey wears many hats within her parent company, Lara Casey Media. She is the publisher and editor-in-chief of "Southern Weddings"(R) magazine, founder of the Making Things Happen movement, and a noted branding expert. A writer and speaker, she is passionate about helping people find what makes them really come alive and use their gifts for a greater purpose. Lara and her husband, Ari, are proud parents to Grace.