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To Climb The Highest Mountain

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A classic book from the 80's that still resonates today. This book is an easy but deep read. It challenges us to live life to the fullest, to change the trajectory of our lives, to choose our own life script, to seek out our deepest desires and combine them with our gifts and pursue the life purpose that God has called us to.
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Overview

A classic book from the 80's that still resonates today. This book is an easy but deep read. It challenges us to live life to the fullest, to change the trajectory of our lives, to choose our own life script, to seek out our deepest desires and combine them with our gifts and pursue the life purpose that God has called us to.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781482664928
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/27/2013
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.27 (d)

Meet the Author

Greg Woznick has been successfully involved in education and business since 1950. As a coach, his many championship teams gave early indication of his ability to move others to high achievement. As a school administrator he was recognized for his dedication to the growth and development of children and young adults.

Leaving education, Greg established a successful business as a personal and professional development trainer. He later became vice president of SMI, the corporation whose concepts he was marketing.

In time, Greg moved to a north woods home on a lake in Minnesota and then later built a beautiful mountain home on the border of Glacier Park in Montana. He travelled 150,000 miles a year speaking to large audiences and working one on one with presidents of small businesses. He held semi-annual president retreats in his remote home.

Greg and his wife Mereece went through Deaconate formation and he was eventually ordained a Deacon in the Catholic Church where he became known for his powerful homilies. Greg is most well-known for his tremendous love for his bride of sixty one years. They joined each other each morning for coffee looking out the spacious windows of their lake and mountain homes and they wrote their dreams down on yellow pads of paper. Eventually these yellow pads caused them to move to the small island of Molokai and then later to Maui.

He is the father of four children Cindy, Bear, Dawn and Tammy and sixteen grandchildren and great grandchildren. Now Greg lives on the beach in Waikiki where he is gleaning through his journals and notes and writes an occasional "Eagles Wings Blog." You can find them at his son Bear's website "BearsWave.Com."

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