Something To Live For

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I believe this book you hold in your hands can help you do two things. First, it can help you recall that ancient conversation we have all had with our Creator, enabling you to recall your life's mission and the gifts you've been given to complete it. And second, it can help you rearrange your gifts for the part of that mission you'll be working on in the next phase of your life. --- foreword by richard bolles
Richard J. Leider is a founding partner of The Inventure Group, a ...
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I believe this book you hold in your hands can help you do two things. First, it can help you recall that ancient conversation we have all had with our Creator, enabling you to recall your life's mission and the gifts you've been given to complete it. And second, it can help you rearrange your gifts for the part of that mission you'll be working on in the next phase of your life. --- foreword by richard bolles
Richard J. Leider is a founding partner of The Inventure Group, a coaching and consulting firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota devoted to bringing out the natural potential in people. He is a nationally known writer, speaker, and career coach, and a pioneer in the field of Life/Work Planning. A National Certified Career Coach, he has been helping people to hear and heed their callings for more than 30 years. Author and co-author of five previous books, including the best-sellers Repacking Your Bags and The Power of Purpose, he is also an online columnist for Fast Company.
David A. Shapiro is a writer, philosopher, and educator whose work explores questions in ethics and meaning in life. He is the Education Director of the Northwest Center for Philosophy for Children, a non-profit organization that brings philosophy into the lives of young people in schools and community groups through literature, philosophical works, and classroom activities. David is the co-author of Repacking Your Bags and the author of Choosing the Right Thing to Do,a practical guide for helping people make educated decisions about matters of ethical import in all aspects of their lives.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781427086044
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/4/2008
  • Edition number: 16
  • Pages: 298
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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  • Posted April 19, 2013

    My husband is in it and we didn't even know it!

    My husband is in it and we didn't even know it!

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