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In The Abundance Principle, you¿ll uncover a radical concept in the ancient words of Scripture ¿ a concept that, if properly applied, will lead to an extraordinary life! Authors Jeff Standridge and Tim ...
In The Abundance Principle, you¿ll uncover a radical concept in the ancient words of Scripture ¿ a concept that, if properly applied, will lead to an extraordinary life! Authors Jeff Standridge and Tim Kellerman offer simple, yet profound insights and specific, practical directions for:
· Managing your attitude and the way you think;
· Discovering your personal calling or purpose in life;
· Building strong, healthy, and lasting relationships;
· Managing your personal finances;
· Learning how to enjoy the gift of giving and serving;
Designed as a spiritual guidebook to lead you down the path to extraordinary living, it has been lauded as a great tool those who want to walk the spiritual path with practical feet. The authors blend personal experiences and best practices from both the pulpit and the boardroom to show the readers how to live an extraordinary life.
The concepts taught in The Abundance Principle are being sought after by people all over the world. What's stopping you from seeking them also?
Posted August 25, 2009
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I found this book interesting yet no real revelations in substance nor wisdom. There seems to be a serious attempt to capture the Christian and Law of Attraction audience in one book. OK, it didn't work. Just my opinion based on my reading experiences.
I did appreciate and enjoy the structure of the book in that the 162 pages are broken down into eight chapters, dealing with the "Five Keys to Extraordinary Living." But what I liked were the subcategories within each chapter including a summary of "Key Points," "Key Actions" to take, with a liberal use of quality appropriate quotes. This alone made the book fun to read.
Go ahead and experience what is offered by opening your mind to "The Abundance Principle." You won't be sorry you made the investment of time and resources. Not a "must read" book, however, have a high liter handy, you will use it.