BEHAVIORS OF CHANGE

Turning Failure into Hope Through Sustainable Life Strategies

An optimistic plan to remodel a life from the inside out. Kirkus Review


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Anyone looking to make profound, interminable change in their life must read Behaviors of Change. Tim Christian uses quiet confidence and his personal journey from brokenness to redemption to illustrate a proven plan for transformation. Learn to embrace God’s unconditional love, identify your personal catalyst for change, and chart an authentic path towards human fulfillment. Dan Burnett, Author and Learning Consultant


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A comprehensive self-help guide to transforming behaviors in order to reach personal goals. Kirkus Review


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A victory for a changed life that became richer and fuller with Spiritual direction and weight loss. Al Tierney, Chaplain, Wayside Cross Ministries


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Debut author Christian provides readers with a blueprint for contentment, drawing on references to his own successful effort to lose 100 pounds. Kirkus Review


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Behaviors of Change is an excellent book for anyone who is looking to make a positive change in their life. Tim Christian presents a straight forward approach of how to overcome life's difficulties. He does this by explaining how he used this method to overcome his weight problem and although the method is applied to weight control, he also presents it in a manner to overcome almost any personal problem one may face. He also presents the material by relating it to his life story which adds a personal approach as he tells about his life growing up in a small town and becoming a division one athlete. This book is an enjoyable read which presents a simple and disciplined approach to taking on the big challenges in life. James Abbs, Chief Public Defender at Noble County Public Defender Agency


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For the author, this weight loss was just one part of what he refers to as a thorough mental, emotional, and spiritual “housecleaning.” Specifically, he analyzed his own habits, imposed new disciplines, and followed through on them, and as he tells this story, he consistently strikes an inclusive note, broadening his focus to include his readers: “The next significant shift in your journey might be in front of you,” he writes. “Who are you, where do you want to go, and who do you want to become?”: These are the basic questions that Christian poses as he tells of his own transformations—becoming a born-again Christian, and changing his diet, his exercise regimen, and, ultimately, his physical appearance. Kirkus Review


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He clearly lays out several practical steps for readers, so that they may take control of their lives as he did, while effectively stressing the organic unity of his process: “Your mind, body, and spirit,” he writes, “must equally be strengthened and changed in effort to act in unison to defend future relapses.” Kirkus Review


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However, the author’s warmly confessional discussions of his own worries, struggles, and triumphs are the book’s highlight. Kirkus Review