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Popular author and professional certified coach Valorie Burton knows that successful women think differently. They make decisions differently. They set goals differently and bounce back from failure differently. Valorie is dedicated to help women create new thought processes that empower them to succeed in their relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. Wi Popular author and professional certified coach Valorie Burton knows that successful women think differently. They make decisions differently. They set goals differently and bounce back from failure differently. Valorie is dedicated to help women create new thought processes that empower them to succeed in their relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. With new, godly habits, women will discover how to: focus on solutions, not problems choose courage over fear nurture intentional relationships take consistent action in the direction of their dreams build the muscle of self-control In this powerful and practical guide, Valorie provides a woman with insight into who she really is and gives her the tools, knowledge, and understanding to succeed.


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Popular author and professional certified coach Valorie Burton knows that successful women think differently. They make decisions differently. They set goals differently and bounce back from failure differently. Valorie is dedicated to help women create new thought processes that empower them to succeed in their relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. Wi Popular author and professional certified coach Valorie Burton knows that successful women think differently. They make decisions differently. They set goals differently and bounce back from failure differently. Valorie is dedicated to help women create new thought processes that empower them to succeed in their relationships, finances, work, health, and spiritual life. With new, godly habits, women will discover how to: focus on solutions, not problems choose courage over fear nurture intentional relationships take consistent action in the direction of their dreams build the muscle of self-control In this powerful and practical guide, Valorie provides a woman with insight into who she really is and gives her the tools, knowledge, and understanding to succeed.

30 review for Successful Women Think Differently: 9 Habits to Make You Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dot Snyder

    I got upset with Valorie the other night. I was in my bed, at night, all tucked in, reading her book. I was comfy, I took my pills, had my water cup, just curling up with a book. And goodness she wrote something that I had to copy into my own little permanent book. She wrote something along the lines about NOT searching for people to validate your feelings, if YOU are feeling it, then that is validation enough. Thanks for the advice. Next time I pick up your book I will have my own little book w I got upset with Valorie the other night. I was in my bed, at night, all tucked in, reading her book. I was comfy, I took my pills, had my water cup, just curling up with a book. And goodness she wrote something that I had to copy into my own little permanent book. She wrote something along the lines about NOT searching for people to validate your feelings, if YOU are feeling it, then that is validation enough. Thanks for the advice. Next time I pick up your book I will have my own little book with me to copy stuff down if I need to. Keep doing what you are doing girl. :)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mason

    Very good positive psychology. I just don't like Christian Based help books. Very good positive psychology. I just don't like Christian Based help books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    As a certified personal and executive coach, Valorie Burton actually works herself out of her job. You see, her most meaningful goal is to teach her clients to coach themselves. I’ve not ever utilized a personal coach, so I found Valorie’s book, Successful Women Think Differently, a dynamic tool to help yourself help yourself through God’s power. The questions Valorie proposes make you dig deep into yourself to really find out who you are and what makes you tick. It’s not a haphazard trip, but a As a certified personal and executive coach, Valorie Burton actually works herself out of her job. You see, her most meaningful goal is to teach her clients to coach themselves. I’ve not ever utilized a personal coach, so I found Valorie’s book, Successful Women Think Differently, a dynamic tool to help yourself help yourself through God’s power. The questions Valorie proposes make you dig deep into yourself to really find out who you are and what makes you tick. It’s not a haphazard trip, but a methodical journey in changing the way you think so you can succeed in whatever area you need help. Valorie uses typical, personal accounts of real people and how they accomplished this task. They help to convey her message succinctly. “Be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Valorie encompasses seven key decisions: Believe You Can Do It–How do you explain your successes and failures? Get off the Hedonic Treadmill–We are poor predictors of our own happiness Stop Trying to Fix Your Weaknesses–Start building on what’s right Build Your Muscle of Self-Control–Talent isn’t enough Cultivate Positive Emotion–Saving your relationships and transforming your life Be Prepare for Battle–Expect obstacles and have a proven plan to overcome Don’t Be a “Maximizer”–Overabundance can rob your satisfaction; make you ineffective Don’t Go It Alone–Cultivate authentic connections/relationships Write It Down–The power of the pen reveals your inner reasoning Within each chapter are various decisions outlined, key lessons that are explained in that specific chapter, ‘what every woman should know’ section, a personal coaching toolkit, and a ‘think differently’ section. You will be personally confronted in your thinking, as that is where the problems begin; “As a man thinks, so is he.” I read this book in order to provide my review, but it’s a book I will need to go back to and answer the questions to glean new insights for myself. In other words, this is a hands-on book. It’s a powerful tool if you are willing to invest your time working it through. I highly recommend this book for personal study or even use in a discreet Bible study (“What’s said in this room stays in this room” type). Special thanks to Karri | Marketing Assistant | Harvest House Publishers for sending me a review copy in exchange for my honest review. No monetary compensation was exchanged.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    No new ideas but a solidly organized, briskly written book with lots of good advice. The strongest parts of the book are the 9 Habits structure, the chapter recaps and the power questions that end each chapter. I also appreciated her holistic approach, not just to focus on career or money but also on health and relationships. Her use of biblical quotations was relevant and brief but that could bother some readers. All in all, an inspirational and helpful book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars.

  6. 5 out of 5

    IrenesBookReviews

    Successful Women Think Differently, written by Valorie Burton, is filled with helpful information on how a woman can feel successful in all of her ventures. The subtitle, 9 Habits to Make You Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient, accurately describes the content found here. I learned so much from this book. I highlighted so many paragraphs I think each page had at least one underlined section! There are a couple principles that really stood out. My top pick was learning that what you consider b Successful Women Think Differently, written by Valorie Burton, is filled with helpful information on how a woman can feel successful in all of her ventures. The subtitle, 9 Habits to Make You Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient, accurately describes the content found here. I learned so much from this book. I highlighted so many paragraphs I think each page had at least one underlined section! There are a couple principles that really stood out. My top pick was learning that what you consider being successful will not be the same as what any other woman will think is success. You can’t compare yourself to others and what they have succeeded in doing; you should only look at what you want to succeed at. Learning this will help you keep your goal in focus as you work towards your moment of success in whatever area you choose. Another important principle is learning that excuses are a way for us to justify our lack of progress. Instead of allowing yourself to make these excuses, just do the work! There are great questions throughout this book that will help you focus on what you want to succeed at. This book is great for anyone struggling with wanting to succeed at something that is important to them. This could be about a marriage, a job, or even a class. If you need some guidance on how to move forward and walk towards succeeding at a task you have been struggling with, this book is perfect. The author writes in a loving and informative manner. You will be encouraged as well as enlightened. I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    I believe this book should be a required High School class for girls in order to graduate. If Valorie would write a book for men, then the book should be required for High School boys to take in order to graduate. Valorie provides high quality insight to the truth of what success looks like, not what the Media wants the world to believe. There are many notes the reader will take away from this book on how to succeed at what the person wants, not what they think they want or what someone else tel I believe this book should be a required High School class for girls in order to graduate. If Valorie would write a book for men, then the book should be required for High School boys to take in order to graduate. Valorie provides high quality insight to the truth of what success looks like, not what the Media wants the world to believe. There are many notes the reader will take away from this book on how to succeed at what the person wants, not what they think they want or what someone else tells them they want to be successful. This book is uplifting and informative. I will share with my children and their friends, my friends, anyone. "You can't make a change until you stop hiding your challenge and begin sharing it." "By intentionally noticing you poor choices and decisions, you can see patterns in your behavior that may be sabotaging your success." "Stop trying to fix your weaknesses." I will add that I found the activities in the book to be helpful in clearing out thoughts or idea's that have held me back from pursuing success. This is a must read if you want to succeed in the high demanding world full of competition. I will add, I like Valorie's scriptures from God's Word to encourage and motivate others to press on. There is a great deal of information, packed in the few pages of this book. Thus, my reason for giving this book 5 stars. Enjoy

  8. 5 out of 5

    skullface

    Loved: excellent journaling & self-coaching questions at the end of each chapter with exercises throughout the chapters. author does not ignore experiences as a Black woman. cites psychological studies to back up claims. a woman's perspective on confidence & success is refreshing in a sea of loud men. Liked: the tone & pacing were welcoming, authentic, and encouraging. I appreciate self-help materials that don't feel like sales pitches from an infomercial personality. Hated: the author uses scri Loved: excellent journaling & self-coaching questions at the end of each chapter with exercises throughout the chapters. author does not ignore experiences as a Black woman. cites psychological studies to back up claims. a woman's perspective on confidence & success is refreshing in a sea of loud men. Liked: the tone & pacing were welcoming, authentic, and encouraging. I appreciate self-help materials that don't feel like sales pitches from an infomercial personality. Hated: the author uses scripture as fact like quotes from scientific journals. thankfully, none of the advice is completely dependent upon Christian faith. spirituality is a tenant of her coaching from the book's summary, so the reader is forewarned. I just didn't expect to have to skip over so many proverbs.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mary-Michelle Moore

    This was the book I wanted Lean In to be - a good overview of helpful hints and how to re-frame approaches to problems with some guidance to an actual solution. An easy read and a good balance between positive self-help and structured reflections.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Letasia Leak

    It wasn't ground breaking, but it's good info. It reiterated a lot of things I understood. It could be life changing for someone, depending on where they are. It wasn't ground breaking, but it's good info. It reiterated a lot of things I understood. It could be life changing for someone, depending on where they are.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    I have read other books by Valorie Burton, she has some great advise.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shola

    Successful women, young and old do think differently, first time reading from this author and am really impressed by her. She is not afraid to write and to include her biblical point of view in her book. Her targeted audience and readers can understand her writhing without being overwhelm. A good book for every women at every age in life, right from high school. Each chapter is concluded with some check list,and a place to write your thought.....The book is filled with thought provoking question Successful women, young and old do think differently, first time reading from this author and am really impressed by her. She is not afraid to write and to include her biblical point of view in her book. Her targeted audience and readers can understand her writhing without being overwhelm. A good book for every women at every age in life, right from high school. Each chapter is concluded with some check list,and a place to write your thought.....The book is filled with thought provoking question and inspirational words .A book on success you can refer to over a life time. It is written for women who want more out of life, those who need a little push off their feet and in the right direction. To think differently as a woman you will have to cultivate these nine habit, they are all well written and detailed, am not sure i can say which one speaks to me the loudest. You have to be ready for such a book as this, you read and you implement.....no need for time lapse in between. HAPPY READING!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lakishia

    Valorie does an amazing job in this book with helping women tap into their potential, then unleashing it for success. She lays out a strategic plan for women to overcome fear, negativity, and to be optimistic and more focused on the future. Valorie allows her readers to dig deep within themselves to discover their strengths and weaknesses so they know how to use it to become successful. I enjoyed this book and I will be reading more of her work.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Letese'

    In December I lost my job and I've been reading a lot of self help books to keep me motivated through this time rough period. While some of the others I've read have been helpful, this has the most important on me. Valorie's style has encouraged me to take a deeper look at all the aspects of my life. I really enjoyed the questions and writing out my responses. It helped me determined what steps I needed to talk to get back on track. In December I lost my job and I've been reading a lot of self help books to keep me motivated through this time rough period. While some of the others I've read have been helpful, this has the most important on me. Valorie's style has encouraged me to take a deeper look at all the aspects of my life. I really enjoyed the questions and writing out my responses. It helped me determined what steps I needed to talk to get back on track.

  15. 5 out of 5

    NormaCenva

    I enjoyed the book .It gives you that extra positivity kick just in times when you need it. easy to read and reread. Nice and practical suggestions. Orientated on achievement and perseverance in goal setting. In the future I think it will be a good idea to pick the book up again and go through it the second time.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Onuorah

    This book was okay. It took me a long time to complete it and that's usually a telltale sign that it's not hitting you like lightning. The first half of the book certainly kept me engaged but the latter end dragged out a bit. I would recommend it to people looking to get their lives back on track but if you are fairly driven and organized already, you can probably live without it. This book was okay. It took me a long time to complete it and that's usually a telltale sign that it's not hitting you like lightning. The first half of the book certainly kept me engaged but the latter end dragged out a bit. I would recommend it to people looking to get their lives back on track but if you are fairly driven and organized already, you can probably live without it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    I enjoyed this book. Found it to be very inspirational. I read it during a time where I was looking at making a career change, and the enthusiasm she has for believing that we are capable of more than we know was very empowering. Her journal questions were helpful too. It would be fun to hear her speak in person.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer McGraw

    I enjoy reading books that empower women and help them get to "higher ground" in their life. Valerie is a skilled life coach that guides the reader, step-by-step, through different thought patterns and behaviors. I believe this workbook of though provoking questions will help many women identify areas for improvement in all aspects of their life. Great job Valerie! I enjoy reading books that empower women and help them get to "higher ground" in their life. Valerie is a skilled life coach that guides the reader, step-by-step, through different thought patterns and behaviors. I believe this workbook of though provoking questions will help many women identify areas for improvement in all aspects of their life. Great job Valerie!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    I really learned a lot about myself through this book. Biggest breakthrough was to stop trying to fix my weaknesses and accomplish goals that lie outside my divine purpose. I often persevere through alone and I need to realize that I need other people as much as they need me. Wonderful book! Will read again for sure! Highly recommend.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    This book is life-changing! I loved this book and am now hosting a small group on it because I feel so many more women need to experience it. It has truly made me a strong, happier and more resilient person. I am stepping into new levels of success already and ready to face any challenges that will come with it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This was the first book I've listened to on Hoopla. I like Valorie's intention of building on strengths for self improvement as opposed to remedying weaknesses to improve self. The 9 habits structure is very well organized with questions for introspection concluding each chapter. I found myself making notes in a word document to remember for later. This was the first book I've listened to on Hoopla. I like Valorie's intention of building on strengths for self improvement as opposed to remedying weaknesses to improve self. The 9 habits structure is very well organized with questions for introspection concluding each chapter. I found myself making notes in a word document to remember for later.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Draya G.

    What an amazing tool for women who are seeking next level success in their professional and personal lives. I would gift this to every woman I know if I could. Read this and reflect it took me awhile to really read this and apply the principles on the book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    ND

    It was a good and helpful read. I gave myself permission to not be bound by the plethora of coaching questions. I answered the ones that were relevant in the moment. I will definitely revisit this book as I work through some journaling and self-exploration. Highly recommend to all women.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gina G

    Absolutely loved this book. I will make a point to read it multiple times. The information is valuable to making lasting changes in your life. It is Personal Development and Critical Thinking. Love this Book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Winstead

    Amazing book. So many inspirational quotes and eye opening lessons. I spent countless hours reading and completing the questions. I feel refreshed and renewed and I can't wait to share it with everyone. I already see myself making the necessary adjustments in my personal and professional life. Amazing book. So many inspirational quotes and eye opening lessons. I spent countless hours reading and completing the questions. I feel refreshed and renewed and I can't wait to share it with everyone. I already see myself making the necessary adjustments in my personal and professional life.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Some really interesting studies on how women's roles have changed over the years, and how their happiness has changed subsequently. This book is a workbook, although I didn't write directly in the book, I started keeping a journal of my answers/observations. Some really interesting studies on how women's roles have changed over the years, and how their happiness has changed subsequently. This book is a workbook, although I didn't write directly in the book, I started keeping a journal of my answers/observations.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    You see this at grocery store check out aisles, so you ignore it. But it actually was a pretty good read and offered some very perceptive advice. I recommend reading esp. for younger women who feel invalidated.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Psmith

    Excellent book! Very helpful if you want to get your career, life on the right track. This is a fantastic Christian based self help book. I hope to read more of her books.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Norma

    Great read so far - a good extension of the Positive Psychology work done by Martin Seligman. Enjoying the author's ability to show practical ways to apply theory. Great read so far - a good extension of the Positive Psychology work done by Martin Seligman. Enjoying the author's ability to show practical ways to apply theory.

  30. 4 out of 5

    MasterThySelf

    Great book! This book has taught me the true meaning of success, now if only I can keep my mind focused on it and thoroughly apply it to my life.

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