Askers, Seekers, and Knockers: I ASKED takes you on a journey filled with life lessons and experiences that demonstrate how anyone can create their own personal journey to success. Through deliberate, persistent, and dedicated actions, Carolyn Jean McMillon illustrates a powerful and inspirational step-by-step process to help you design a personal plan of action to get you from where you are today to the success you desire tomorrow.
McMillon demonstrates through the principles of Asking, Seeking, and Knocking that it is not your beginning that dictates where you end up, but your choices. She makes a dare to every reader that forces them to evaluate the what-ifs of life. So what if you were not born a member of the privileged class, did not receive an Ivy League education, were not fortunate enough to have a formal mentor to take you under their wings, did not have that stellar job assignments, did not finish school, had a broken home life and a dysfunctional family, have more than your share of life's obstacles and challenges, were not fortunate enough to have a pre-planned successful path laid out for your life, and the "I did not have" and what-ifs list could go on and on and on. If you have grown tired of having a pity party and using one excuse after another as reasons why you are suffering with lack in your life, this book is definitely for you.
An engaging and powerful storyteller, McMillon uses enlightening parables and vignettes to offer sage advice and wisdom about making choices that impact one's life. Through positive thought-provoking exercises, this book enables readers to map out their own personal journey to success by getting rid of limiting beliefs and self-defeating doubts and putting into action new directions that will take them to their high places in life. When you give up the pity party, stop blaming things that you can't change, and focus on changing the things you can, your circumstances will change! Why is McMillon so adamantly sure that you can transform and change the direction of your life? Because she did it.