Discovering Self Imagery

Weekly Reflections to Develop a Purposeful Identity

Fifty-two short narratives weave lighthearted stories with insightful lessons to help the reader ponder their chosen identity. Using a meaningful and profound approach to understanding how the discovery of self-imagery lends itself to richer life purpose, this book helps enhance the reader’s insights into the concept of self through guided questions found at the end of each weekly reading. Every chapter can stand alone as its own individual tool or can be used as a building block for the other materials. As a self-study, this book provides a guided journalling approach to ponder weekly reflective questions. While as a group-study, it can serve as a point of dialogue for collective discussion. By exploring self-imagery within an individualistic or group setting, readers will walk away with fresh analogies and metaphors to better understand oneself with regards to creating intentional living.

Genre: Non-Fiction: Self-Help

Pages: 168

Price: $24.95 (Hardback) / $8.95 (eBook)

RELEASE DATE: July 9, 2024

ISBNs:
Spiral Bound: 978-1-947305-98-4
eBook: 978-1-947305-99-1

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Kiley Fleming, EdD

Kiley Fleming, EdD is the Executive Director of a statewide, nonprofit mediation organization and has over twenty years of human resources and leadership experience. She is a Certified Life Coach and is a national trainer on farm succession planning. Kiley has dealt with matters related to conflict management across a wide range of industries and puts this background to use in her private consulting practice, outSIGHTin. She lives in Iowa where she enjoys being a wannabe-crafter and amateur runner. Her greatest privilege is getting to raise three remarkable children.

Kiley Fleming, EdD is the Executive Director of a statewide, nonprofit mediation organization and has over twenty years of human resources and leadership experience. She is a Certified Life Coach and is a national trainer on farm succession planning. Kiley has dealt with matters related to conflict management across a wide range of industries and puts this background to use in her private consulting practice, outSIGHTin. She lives in Iowa where she enjoys being a wannabe-crafter and amateur runner. Her greatest privilege is getting to raise three remarkable children.

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