8 Essential Exchanges: What You Have to Give Up to Go Up

8 Essential Exchanges: What You Have to Give Up to Go Up

by Kevin Scott

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BN ID: 2940149017294
Publisher: Baxter Press
Publication date: 11/15/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
File size: 733 KB

About the Author

Kevin Paul Scott has spoken to leaders on six continents from more than 100 countries. Kevin co-founded the ADDO Institute and ADDO Worldwide. The ADDO Institute received the Governor's International Award for "New Company of the Year".

Kevin has a background in non-profit charitable work, business ventures and politics. As a university student, Kevin led one of the largest collegiate charities in the USA, presiding over unprecedented growth and a 400% increase in funds raised. Since college, Kevin served on a presidential campaign team and then worked as a representative for a United States Congressman. Kevin was born and raised in Kennesaw, Georgia. Known for his grassroots appeal and southern charm, Kevin speaks extensively at universities, businesses and within the faith community.

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8 Essential Exchanges: What You Have to Give Up to Go Up 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Andrea7 More than 1 year ago
8 Essential Exchanges can be pretty deceiving. When one first sees the book they may think it will be an easy read but no. This book is the kind of book that makes you DO! The book thoroughly explains the different exchanges one should make in life, like trading stability for significance, and at that end of the chapter for each exchange one is compelled to pause and act. Thinking that you could finish this book in one day would completely defeat the purpose of what this book can truly do to change your life. 8 Essential Exchanges was super motivating for me and also comforting, because the author makes the conversation very personal and honest. I love the book aka my manifesto. :)