Dare To Bloom (Dec)

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Either by choice or by circumstance, we all encounter times of starting over. Dare to Bloom urges us to be both vulnerable and resilient in new seasons of life as we boldly position ourselves for what God has for us next.

The daughter of Nigerian immigrants, Zim Ugochukwu (now Flores) was uprooted from her community as a young girl and began to learn what it looks like to keep her true identity even when the world around her falls apart. At age 19, she cloned a gene as a biologist and then soon became the youngest precinct judge for the state of North Carolina. In her twenties, she ran a national anti-tobacco campaign and also helped open a civil rights museum. She is the founder and former CEO of Travel Noire, an award-winning boutique travel company, and is a savvy world traveler. But what she most wants you to know is that you can reach your own unique successes as you step into who God made you to be.

As she shares her incredible story and poignant "Zimisms" in Dare to Bloom, Zim vulnerably reveals the struggles she's faced and how even her failures have helped shape her sense of purpose. This gorgeous hardcover features four-color photography from Zim's travels around the world.

In times of change, it can be easy to think we're only as good as our last success. Zim's unshakable faith, her love for solving tough problems, and her knack for building community compel her to delve into even the uncomfortable and painful parts of her journey in order to inspire us in our own season of life. Dare to Bloom weaves together story and practical ideas as it inspires us to look past fleeting circumstances to become single-minded about our identity in God and our place in His incredible world.

Dare to Bloom is a powerful gift for readers in times of transition or struggle who need a reminder that their deepest identity never changes and they can find success and joy in each new beginning.

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Either by choice or by circumstance, we all encounter times of starting over. Dare to Bloom urges us to be both vulnerable and resilient in new seasons of life as we boldly position ourselves for what God has for us next.

The daughter of Nigerian immigrants, Zim Ugochukwu (now Flores) was uprooted from her community as a young girl and began to learn what it looks like to keep her true identity even when the world around her falls apart. At age 19, she cloned a gene as a biologist and then soon became the youngest precinct judge for the state of North Carolina. In her twenties, she ran a national anti-tobacco campaign and also helped open a civil rights museum. She is the founder and former CEO of Travel Noire, an award-winning boutique travel company, and is a savvy world traveler. But what she most wants you to know is that you can reach your own unique successes as you step into who God made you to be.

As she shares her incredible story and poignant "Zimisms" in Dare to Bloom, Zim vulnerably reveals the struggles she's faced and how even her failures have helped shape her sense of purpose. This gorgeous hardcover features four-color photography from Zim's travels around the world.

In times of change, it can be easy to think we're only as good as our last success. Zim's unshakable faith, her love for solving tough problems, and her knack for building community compel her to delve into even the uncomfortable and painful parts of her journey in order to inspire us in our own season of life. Dare to Bloom weaves together story and practical ideas as it inspires us to look past fleeting circumstances to become single-minded about our identity in God and our place in His incredible world.

Dare to Bloom is a powerful gift for readers in times of transition or struggle who need a reminder that their deepest identity never changes and they can find success and joy in each new beginning.

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