Our lives are like objects hurtling through time, constantly colliding with changing circumstances or situations that send us careening down new trajectories; new paths.
"Change," however, doesn't have to be a bad word. When we learn how to respond to it, change can make the rest of our lives even better.
Experienced church founder and pastor Bishop Dale Bronner explains in practical terms how to take responsibility for our trajectory instead of panicking over change or stagnating from lack of change. With helpful principles, motivation, and personal stories, this book is a guide for any Christian who wants to work hard and become a master of change.
Although some adversity may be inevitable along the way, our only true failure is a failure to launch in a new trajectory when times, situations, and circumstances change around us. Bronner encourages us to prophesy our future and to realize that the power in God's Word can take us to a new and better place.
. How to navigate through uncertainty
. How to deal with change and transition
. How to experience a new trajectory
. How to develop a vision for the future
. How to be a master of change
. How to improve your thinking
. How to overcome failures
My thoughts: CHANGE YOUR TRAJECTORY is an easy to read book filled with common sense approaches to being able to adapt to whatever life throws into your path. I wasn't sure what trajectory meant -- for sure -- so I looked it up on an on-line dictionary, and it said the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces. So when your life is being thrust out of control, you can adapt to the changes better by applying some of the advice given in this book.
The bishop who wrote this book has some wisdom included. Everyone who is going through a life changing event needs to read this. Includes marriage, a baby, illness, death of a loved one, a job loss, whatever.
About the Author
Bishop Dale C. Bronner is the founder/senior pastor of Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral in Atlanta, Georgia, an interdenominational ministry founded in 1991 and now thriving with more than 19,000 members. Many regard Bishop Bronner as a leader's leader. He is a sought–after conference speaker, a leadership trainer, and the author of Get A Grip (1996), Guard Your Gates (2002), A Check Up From the Neck Up (2003), Treasure Your Silent Years (2004), Home Remedies (2005), and Pass the Baton (2006). Bishop Bronner's message reaches millions daily through his international multimedia broadcast. He resides in Atlanta with his wife, Nina. They are the proud parents of four daughters and one son, and the proud grandparents of two beautiful granddaughters.