The Art of Stubbornness

by Nancy McLoughlin



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/15/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 76
ISBN : 9781449718985
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 76
ISBN : 9781449718992

About the Book

Perhaps you have a child with a lazy mind; they never want to obey, or they complain that any assigned task is too hard for them unless it’s something they really want to do. You may see that trait in a coworker or an employee, or maybe you see it in a classroom setting, or even in yourself. You’ve called it by many names, but the end result is that the person is not reaching his or her full potential. Here are the answers you’ve been looking for in an easy-to-understand format. The Art of Stubbornness will help you understand what causes a lazy mind, the consequences of developing a lazy mind, and the cure, straight from God’s word.

About the Author

Nancy McLoughlin, while attending numerous seminars on people skills, never received a satisfactory answer on why some people achieve success in life and others don’t. As she prayed, studied God’s word, and worked closely with struggling adults and children, the missing piece became clear. She discovered that many unsuccessful people share the same issue: a lazy mind protected by stubbornness. Ms. McLoughlin’s book describes a lazy mind, what causes it, and how it produces a stubborn refusal to engage in any kind of positive change that requires effort. Fortunately, there is a cure for a lazy mind, and Nancy details it in the final chapter of “The Art of Stubbornness.”

Nancy McLoughlin, a retired school teacher and manager in a pharmaceutical company, lives in Augusta, Georgia where she currently assumes the role of daily caregiver for five of her grandchildren.