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Take The Lead - Jessica Simpson (18)

  • ASIN: B08ZWXW3YK
  • Publisher: Amazon Original Stories (April 29, 2021)
  • Kindle: 3902 KB
  • Print: 22 pages


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Jessica Simpson collected so much emotional baggage over the course of her life that she began to feel like she couldn’t carry anything else. She knew she needed to confront her fears. She made a to-do list for the life she wanted. No more struggling to please everyone else. No more dulling the pain. No more avoiding the scary stuff. From now on, she’ll focus only on the expectations she has for herself. With her inviting warmth and trademark intimacy, Jessica reflects on the example of her daughters and son, reclaiming her power and taking the lead in her own life.


Jessica Simpson is a musician, actress, entrepreneur, philanthropist, producer, and the instant #1 New York Times bestselling author of Open Book. A unanimously celebrated bestseller, her memoir was included in Time’s 100 Must-Read Books of 2020 and Rolling Stone’s Best Music Books of 2020. She released six original songs on the audiobook, which also landed at #1. The book is sold in more than 120 countries. In 2005, she launched the Jessica Simpson Collection, now a billion-dollar global fashion and lifestyle brand and the most successful celebrity licensing brand in history. In December 2020, Jessica signed a multimedia deal with Amazon that includes a new unscripted docuseries based on Open Book and a new coming-of-age scripted series. Jessica lives with her husband and three children in Los Angeles.



REVIEW:
I read this book with the hopes of getting a better understanding of who Jessica Simpson is. Really, the only knowledge I had of her stems from a time when she was with Nick Lachey and we all know how that turned out. She seemed unstable at the time. Now, with children of her own, you hardly hear about her. So I was curious... Then I realized this was an essay and not a full book. That's what I get for not reading the synopsis first, or even properly looking at the cover where it clearly states it's an essay.
It was good though.
You can see Jessica's love for God, empathy for others and what lessons she learned come shining through. It was short, but oh so sweet!!! Every one, especially the moms out there, should read this!


5/5




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