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If you have a thousand books in your library and don't have this book, consider your library empty! This book is a must.
-Ken Blanchard, Co-author, The One Minute Manager
One of America's greatest entrepreneurs reflects on what you will carry across the finish line. Paul Meyer has written the Cliff Notes for how a successful businessman can lead a Christ-directed life. Highly recommended.
-Patrick Morley, men's author and President of Man in the Mirror
Paul Meyer is among the few who are truly qualified to teach on the subject of legacy because he genuinely lives his legacy every day. This book is practical and leads to legacy-building action. Give your best to your family and friends; start reading this life-manual today!
-William Nix, President of the WorkLife Company, Author of Character Works and Transforming Your Workplace for Christ
Paul J. Meyer is the 21st century "guru" for personal development for mind and spirit. His books and materials for self-help efforts have recently reached their highest pinnacle for helping people reach their highest potential. Unlocking Your Legacy is his greatest work to date, and I predict it will make a mark for good and God in your life that cannot be erased for all eternity. This is a "must-read" book, and it will produce a "must-be-blessed" to every reader. Every layman who goes to work every morning will gain a new insight for his job when he reads Paul's concept in his chapter "My Work Is My Ministry." Read this book today, and you will thank Paul for his efforts . . . just like I did.
-Gil A. Stricklin, Founder & President of Marketplace Ministries, Inc., Dallas, Texas
It is my privilege to recommend Paul Meyer's most recent book, Unlocking Your Legacy. This work is a treasure trove of foundational Christian insights organized around the theme of legacy, but involving some of the most fundamental questions about life. Paul's words about the stewardship of life, commitment to Christ, the use of one's gifts, discipline, and so many other themes make this book a manual for Christian living.
-Robert B. Sloan, Jr., President of Baylor University