We are not promised more than today. Thus we need to live our legacy now, with focus and integrity.
Ryan Westcott is ready to step into the family business, armed with a fresh MBA degree from a prestigious business school. Yet his father has other ideas. He feels Ryan needs more education—but not the kind one gets from a school. Ryan is sent to his uncle’s Montana ranch to learn, in short, how to be a man. While Ryan helps his uncle build a barn, he learns life lessons about health, work, finances, education, selfessness, humility, and most important of all, love. Ryan meets the richest man in the county, only to find riches are not always counted in dollars and cents. And then there is Kayla, the pretty country lass who awakens deep feelings in Ryan he never knew he had, and challenges him to live a life of true purpose. Along the trail, Ryan meets one more person, one who will upend all else and change his life forever. There is more to life than just what we see in our limited view. Come travel the “Big Sky” country with Ryan, and find the purposeful life that awaits you. Bonus: Also included is The Rancher’s Guide to Living Life on Purpose to help you reflect and discover your purpose in living.
|Publisher:||BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
DENNIS WORDEN is known as a motivated, visionary leader. He’s an outstanding communicator—encouraging individuals and organizations to press beyond mediocrity, rise to excellence, and live life on purpose. During his twenty-four years in Christian radio, Dennis served as general manager of three major market stations, Albuquerque, Tulsa, and KKLA Los Angeles, before becoming vice president of national programming for Salem Communications. Dennis served the John Maxwell companies as director of marketing, and then as international director of Partners in Prayer. He then led the Maximum Impact Group (Injoy, Maximum Impact, The Duncan Group) as president and CEO, before founding Worden Associates and Ignite Advisory Group. A rancher at heart, having lived in Montana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, Dennis and his wife, Gayle, their three daughters, husbands, and ten grandkids now live in Atlanta, Georgia, and attend North Point Community Church. JEFF DUNN lives and works in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is married with three children and five grandchildren. He writes books, articles and blogs, and reads everything he can get his hands on.