Review by SKYANT32KK -- From Drift to SHIFT

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Review by SKYANT32KK -- From Drift to SHIFT

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[Following is a volunteer review of "From Drift to SHIFT" by Jody B. Miller.]
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3 out of 4 stars
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From Drift to shift

This is not just a book. For the reader this can be a journal, a keepsake, a guide and even a helpful friend. Wonderfully crafted and not too drawn out, this will inspire one and all.

Jody B. Miller has excelled in all she has done and what she hasn’t excelled in,
she has learned from and shared with her friends, followers and readers.

In writing this very special piece of literature the author has managed to capture the essence of her spirit.
In “From Drift to Shift” we jump straight in; hearing what this drift and shift is all
about. Straight to the point with perfect little notes, summaries and final thoughts on each of the chapters. Factual references and exerts from published material are present throughout without taking away from each individual story.

In this collection Miller brings together some great stories from people who were friends and people who became friends. A lesson in how just because your wealthy doesn’t mean you don’t have worries. It also highlights how being from a troubled upbringing or going through personal trauma doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t or won’t succeed.

Added to this we get a brief look into how the author feels about religion. Without ever really getting too deep into the subject we discover how and where it played a part in her story and some of her friends’ lives.

Travel with the author and read her personal experiences of cultures and traditions. Moving forward with the author telling the story of those interviewed that have travelled back to their home to rediscover their own culture and traditions.

A nice paced read that doesn’t overload the reader with facts and hard to understand language this is a read for everybody. The constant personal connection received by the reader, as you go through the various stories it will keep you reminded that is a personal experience shared but also an experience for others to share.

An enjoyable read that will make its owners want to come back and go through again and again.
Jody B Miller has succeeded in sharing great stories. In sharing her own story and also giving us an insight into what she believes are methods or processes that occur during our life and how we can see them, we can see how the author felt she had to share this with her
audience and friends. I give this book a solid 3 out of 4 stars.

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Your point about how a troubled past does not have to affect what we accomplish in our adult life. I think this reflects the main idea this author offers. You can drift of shift. Thanks.

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