Holding on Loosely

Holding on Loosely What if your life could be different Free and whole What if you could be present to people to yourself and to God despite the circumstances around you What if you could let go of control without los

  • Title: Holding on Loosely
  • Author: Pablo Giacopelli
  • ISBN: 9780983992400
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if your life could be different Free and whole What if you could be present to people, to yourself, and to God despite the circumstances around you What if you could let go of control without losing yourself What if you could be free of resignation because you knew you had something unique to offer Author Pablo Giacopelli shares his life changing journey to livingWhat if your life could be different Free and whole What if you could be present to people, to yourself, and to God despite the circumstances around you What if you could let go of control without losing yourself What if you could be free of resignation because you knew you had something unique to offer Author Pablo Giacopelli shares his life changing journey to living with a secure identity and a quiet mind, regardless of opinions and situations Holding On Loosely will challenge your perceptions about the power of control and the desire of God in a way that will awaken new life in a soul weary from constant performance.This book has the potential of sweeping you away into a journey of walking with the confident certainty that you are never alone and God is always within you Find life Find love Find the Person within that has always been looking for you, and the God that perfectly made that person.

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    1. Pablo Giacopelli is a certified professional and personal life and leadership coach under the banner of UXL and The Zone Project In his past he was also a professional tennis coach whom worked successfully with some of the best female tennis players in the world, as well as being chosen as the Estonian Tennis Team Captain at the 2008 Beijing Olympics He has travelled, worked, and spoken at various seminars and conferences around the world He is married to Madeleine and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel Pablo is the father of five children Vanessa, Jake, Mia, Gisella, and Anabella.

    2. Written by a seasoned professional tennis coach, this book is really not just about improving your tennis game, performing better or how to win consistently.ough these are potential outcomes of applying the lessons here. I found the first 3 chapters very compelling-it was difficult to put the book down. I love the themes of the authors real and personal story, indeed they resonate with me and many people from my life. Trying to control the outcome, holding on too tight and the fear of letting go [...]

    3. I'm in ministry and there are so many people that I run into that are either control freaks or they just feel like life is passing them by. Even the people that don't think they are control freaks are often still some of the most uptight people to be around. What's up with that?What I love about Holding on Loosely is that it is the true story of a man who has been where I've been -- a hyper-controlling person, needing to manage everything in his life. This book rocked my world because it's a boo [...]

    4. Pablo Giacopelli is well qualified to speak about many dimensions of life as a successful tennis coach and a trusted life counselor and coach. His book, Holding on Loosely, however doesn't particularly draw upon those credentials in the manner that might be expected. This is not the typical "10 Ways to Get Your Act Together and Succeed in Everything You Do" type book that comes out repeatedly from different authors each of whom have a unique take on what is basically the same information. Rather [...]

    5. Holding On LooselyA ReviewByR. Alan WoodsCopyright 2012This is Pablo’s story, it is my story, and God intends it to be your story as well. Our journey through this gift of life is the destination. Our way on is the way in. Over time and under pressure Pablo found what God intends in this way for all of us to find- the reality of His presence. There is no other way, no short-cut, no fast-track in finally coming present before God. Although the details and therefore the path of our lives are dif [...]

    6. I have never been one to enjoy biographies or autobiographies. Yet the last two books I have read have been autobiographical, kind of memoirs of seasons of life. I enjoyed Pablo's book, but had reservations. He is saying in his own way and with a different metaphor what I have read in various other books, including "The Cure" and "Bo's Café." Pablo is/was a professional tennis coach and his metaphor is a sports one: being in the zone. The zone is that moderating mean (to be Aristotelian for a m [...]

    7. The writing is not stellar and I think there could have been more in depth Scripture used to support points in the book. But overall it was too new agey for me and it lacked theological and scriptural grounding. It actually became a bit disheartening for me, as my spiritual gifts are in envisioning possibilities and prophetic promptings from God, so my future mindset is a natural place that God has for me, although I fully operate in the present, I deeply hope for the future. This book sort of c [...]

    8. Really good. More than biography/testimony book, more like an allegory. Learn to let go of control and 'hold on loosely' in the moment. Out of the very controlling world of professional tennis.

    9. Beautiful story about the journey of diving in deep with God and how that process can bring light, healing and hope into every relationship, every conversation and every interaction that a person may have along the way.

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