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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Crossroads Moments of My Life by Gabriela Casineanu is a very short memoir of a well-known life coach who has written many books for introverts. She tells a few stories about how she went from being an engineer to being a life coach, even though she is an immigrant. Gabriela Casineanu gives a special bonus pdf file for introverts, ideas on how to use their strengths. She also discusses her latest idea on starting an academy for introverts. It’s an informative and inspirational read for introverts.
I liked that Crossroads Moments of My Life by Gabriela Casineanu was a quick read. I was actually surprised at how short it was. I liked that she gave a pdf file that you can print out to use to help you find your strengths. I liked how she went into detail to describe how and why she transitioned her career and how her old job did not seem like a waste of time. I know when you have to change careers like that, you worry that all those years were just a waste; she made me realize it was not. Gabriela Casineanu also gave me an aha moment when she discussed how it is to lose people in your life. I really appreciate that the term she used made so much more sense. I think this book will be good for extroverts too; they can get a better sense of what it is to be an introvert, and why it is not a bad thing. But, if you are an introvert and need a bit of inspiration, then this book might be useful for you. She is even starting an academy which you can join as well.