No Experts Needed
iUniverse, Inc., 2007.
Reviewed by Lori Plach for Reader Views (10/07
Losing a job has probably happened to everyone at least once in their lifetimes. Do you see losing your job as devastating or an opportunity to discover something different in your life? It all depends on how you lok at it. Louise Lewis had lost her job of eleven years. There were all the emotional and financial concerns to get through. She had a mortgage which required paying and needed to get back on her feet again. Where do you go for comfort when a blow likes one gets delivered to you.
Louise decides to embrace life and find out just what life means. Through many interviews with people and getting their definitions of life, a book is born. Sometimes people are brought into our life for just a time and for a specific purpose. There is comfort in the Scriptures as noted many times throughout the text of this book.
"No Experts Needed" is more than just a book in dealing with job loss. It is a book of self-discovery, insights into what life is and how to make the most of every opportunity as it is presented. The book doesn't bring out the expert's advice but rather everyday people who share what they believe and how they face the bumps along the road of life. If you catch yourself wondering just what life means, you can come to your own decisions. There are truly "no experts needed" when making life what you want it to be.