In his book The Winning Keys, Gareth Morgan reveals that the way we unlock our God-given potential is to allow a conversation with God to shape the most significant conversation we have, the one with ourselves.
Every day of every year we host conversations internally that directly impact what our lives look like on the outside - in the home, the workplace, everywhere.
When we allow the principles of the bible to lead us in having the right conversations it can drive how we feel and our passion, potential and purpose will emerge and converge. Host the wrong conversations and we will be frustrated rather than fulfilled.
In this highly original and insightful book, Gareth Morgan coaches and inspires us to host what he calls the winning conversation on the inside of our lives.
This conversation unlocks our potential through applying winning keys of God's word and allowing our conversation with God to drive everything we do in life.
Starting with a compelling modern-day parable, he takes us on a 66 day journey involving twenty minute readings. These are designed to show us how God reveals WHO we are and that there is MORE in us than we think!
So if you are in a place of frustration because you do not feel like you are progressing as you should be in life, then get ready to move from frustration to focus, stress to strategy and from ambiguity to clarity.
It's time to learn how God designed us to win and how we can help others do the same!
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About the Author
Gareth has over fifteen years experience in the third sector developing successful social enterprise businesses and founding 'Everyday Champions,' which is a strong multi-site church across the UK. Alongside his wife Leanne, they have developed an overarching structure that seeks to identify, develop and release leaders, enabling them to bring transformational change in the communities where they live and work.
Gareth also owns a personal development company called Personal Revolution Ltd. Gareth & Leanne live in Greenwich, London, with their three children Erin, Bethan and Reuben.