Change Your Trajectory: Make the Rest of Your Life Bett… (2024)

Mark Youngkin

172 reviews1 follower

January 10, 2018

This is an inspiring and motivational message that is especially fitting for reading at the end or beginning of a year. If you're interested in making changes to your life you'll probably find this book helpful. Bishop Bronner also has a conversational writing style which I really like - it's possible that this is a lightly edited sermon series, but that's fine.

J.C. Fitzpatrick

27 reviews3 followers

October 2, 2018

This book was a big blessing, despite a few minor things I disagreed with. Much wisdom in this man though. And God’s timing with words coming into my life through his word and timely books like this is impeccably amazing.

Karol McIlvaine

Author1 book7 followers

March 9, 2018

As I read the first couple of chapters I wanted to skip over the next chapter because I wanted to get to the meat of what the book had to offer. I decided not to miss out on any of what the author had to say. By the time I reached the last chapter my way of life had already shifted to a better understanding of those things I was struggling with. In addition, it gave me a deeper insight as to how and what the new trajectory might look like. Although this book, like my book are written to empower the reader I must say when the shoe is on the other foot we must seek other sources other than our own. This was excellent in providing what it was that I needed.

Deana Dick

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November 8, 2015

Have you ever heard the saying,"Change, it is a comin?" There has been so much change over the years that have affected our lives. We use cell phones instead of good old fashioned get togethers to keep in touch. We live in a fast world where everything has to be done quickly. We are always in a hurry and never have time to really enjoy ourselves. But what happens when something changes in our live? Are we prepared for a job change? If we have an argument with someone, do we let it affect out future relationships? God is ready to change us but are we ready for the change?

When you go through a broken heart, a sickness or even a job change, God is right there with you. "He will never leave us nor forsake us." That is good news to know He is always right there, to encourage us and bring us comfort and strength. The author tells us that "adapt, improve, observe and connect are fundamental approaches that will allow you to respond appropriately to change and to plan appropriately for transition."
God wants us to get excited about change even when you feel like the trial you are going through is hard. He wants us to expand our vision, in Jeremiah 29:11 it says, "for I know the plans I have for you , plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." I can remember pastors saying," God will never give you more than you can handle ." Sometimes we wonder if we can handle the trials, but be encouraged that He will never leave you, nor forsake you."

The author explains in detail the nine signs that your trajectory is changing. We will have new people come into out path. There will be new problems as you transition into trajectory. God will take you to new places and give you new responsibilities. As we begin to experience new perspectives , He will prepare us and give us new priorities. I'm excited about the new passion we will have and that He will give us provision as we move in the right direction that God has for us.

I became so engrossed in the book, I forgot about everything around me. I felt a new stirring in me and a new excitement that I haven't had in a long time. The author writes with passion as he tells us to take action. It is time to prepare ourselves to hear from God. Don't let others discourage you as you hear from God. You are the only one who knows what He says to you. "You must give up your past in order to possess your future."

I received a copy of this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.


19 reviews

March 12, 2016

Unfortunately, we live in a time of change and flux. This can add uncertainty to our lives and make us very uncomfortable. This great book will give you ideas and tips to experience joy while going through the constant changes we face every day.

Bishop Bronner begins by explaining the difference between change and transition. This difference is important to remember as we navigate our way through change. Transition will cause an emotional impact, one that we don’t always see coming and in many cases, will be painful. The one thing we can depend on is God.

As you delve further into this book, you will find ways to handle the changes and experience God in new ways that you can’t imagine. Learning new skills is never easy, but with the ideas presented, you can gradually make small adjustments in your thinking and in adapting to new skills. Your trajectory will have some moments of back sliding and failure, but using awareness, new skills and staying connected to others will bring you back on track.

The last third of the book presents 10 Principles for Changing Your Trajectory. These great principles will aid you greatly in getting started, and will help you to stay focused on handling the emotional part and focusing on God. One principle that I am working hard at changing is to seek God first and not run to the phone to seek answers from others. That one principle hit me smack in the face when I read “leave the phone alone and go to the throne.”

This is a gem of a book and I am so thankful that I have had the opportunity to read it. This is one of those books that I will enjoy reading again and again as I keep moving on my new trajectory. I would highly recommend this book to everyone.

I was given this book free by Book Club Network in exchange for an honest review.


651 reviews

February 1, 2016

Change is not an easy thing to attain. We tend to dig in our heels and refuse to budge, unless that change produces satisfaction that is easily obtained. Bishop Bronner has laid out some tools for readers to use in making positive changes in our lives that will benefit us through our Christian walk.

First we need to determine what changes we "need" to make, and face our fears. Change is difficult due to the uncertainty of what lies ahead. The suggestions given throughout this book create comfort measures to enable us to embrace those changes. Change Your Trajectory is a step by step way to reprogram the way we think and approach the future with confidence. We need to be sensitized to listen and hear what God wants us to do to in order to flourish in our relationship with him. Ultimately we need to learn how to praise and glorify him.

Change Your Trajectory is a valuable tool for new Christians as well as those who are seasoned Christians. Everyone has room for change, particularly in our faith walk. I learned many sensible suggestions, and encourage others to read and practice the lessons provided in this book.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from The Book Club Network For Readers Only program in exchange for my honest review. All expressed opinions are my own, and no monetary compensation was received for this review.

Nyla Kay

Author1 book22 followers

March 21, 2016

Change Your Trajectory by Bishop Dale C. Bronner is an encouraging book about change in one's life. Everything everywhere is changing so it is a relevant book. How. Does one deal with the pressure and stress of change in life. Bishop Bronner helps answer this and teaches how to manage time, prioritize, adapt, and to improve. Based on Biblical truths and principles, it is a wonderful Christian Living/Personal Growth book. This is a helpful book for anyone. It teaches to be champions and not victims of change by seeking God and His will for our lives. It encourages prayer and a closeness with God. The author wants us to be in tune with what God has planned for us and is doing in our lives so that we might change the direction we are currently heading. Sometimes the path we are on is not the right one. Sometimes the bath we are on is without joy. We need to change lanes and change attitudes. There will most likely be obstacles along our journey but we are to be happy as we make our way. Praying we should ask for God's blessing. We are to seek God's purpose for our lives and put in the work required to achieve it. I gave this book a 5 out of 5 stars. I would definitely recommend it. A copy was provided to me through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.


1,802 reviews

March 14, 2016

In his book, Change Your Trajectory, author Dale Bronner writes about change. Now, like most people, I don’t like change especially if it sneaks up and surprises me. In his book he gives some much needed advice and wisdom on how to look at changes and how to move on and live joyful lives even in the midst of uncertainty. He defines the meaning of change and transition for us in a way that makes sense and shows us that it is the internal transition not the outward change so much that what we have to muddle through. Using scripture and reminding us of our better life in the world to come, he wants us to remember that even though we live in a constant changing world and circ*mstances of our life, we serve a God who is unchanging and forever remains the same. We can count on that and have a hope that the changes God is allowing to come into our lives is for our development, which is more important than our happiness to God. This is a book that I will be keeping for years to come. I received a copy of this book for an honest review from The Book Club Network, Inc. and the opinions are my own.

Angela Hohn

27 reviews2 followers

April 21, 2016

A book written to change your simplistic outlook on life and your spiritual direction. A book well written and easy to follow. Dr. Bronner engages each reader with tools to do precisely what the theme is all about "make the rest of your life better" pages and pages of nuggets of wisdom . You will be inspired as I have to evaluate yourself, after your evaluation you will be equipped to change. Highly recommended! A book you will read again and again.

Corey James

6 reviews43 followers

July 29, 2016

Great read

Karen García

3 reviews

January 19, 2019

Muy bueno.

Desde el primero al último capítulo muy bueno, nos hace ver mucho más allá el dolor, la adversidad, los desafíos y los cambios

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