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Much of success in life is a triumph of information. This explains why the informed succeed. The better people are informed, the better their chances are of succeeding in any undertaking. A Life of Impact therefore draws valuable lessons from contemporary issues including Barrack Obama’s election as the first black US president, Tiger Woods’ admission of moral failure, Usain Bolt’s crowning as the world’s fastest man in history, the 2008-2010 global recession dubbed the ‘Great Recession’, the impact of poor leadership on Africa’s development, Manchester United Football Club’s dominance in the English premier league, Toyota car recall crisis, Forbes Rich List 2010, China’s growing influence on the global stage, Google’s dominance in the information superhighway, Bernie Madoff’s conviction of arguably the biggest fraud in history, Mark Zuckerberg’s social networking revolutionary creation: the Facebook, and many others.
But it does much more than examine contemporary events. It looks back in time to capture valuable lessons from the past. The trials, tragedies, triumphs and inspirational sayings of well-known names in history— Helen Keller, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Alva Edison, Aristotle, Martin Luther King, John D. Rockefeller and numerous others, are encapsulated in the book to furnish the reader with the tools to live a life of impact.
Revealing facts on why: the informed succeed, the best gain at the expense of the rest, those who dare get their share, the top is meant for the tough, messengers do end up as managers, adversities have advantages, failures should be viewed as moments and not as monuments, the future belongs to the disciplined, the bright can be broke, by working thoughts become things, helpers will be helped, the lack of money is the root of many evil, competence is no substitute for character and results enhance capacity to make impact, are comprehensively unfolded.
Much more than a typical motivational book, A Life of Impact is written to act as a reference resource from where life-applicable knowledge may be constantly drawn. Taking into account the constancy of the universal principles of success and realities of a changing world, the book provides information that can be immediately applied to different areas of human endeavour— career, business, leadership, family life, relationships, finances, personal character, ministry, goal achievement and the drive for self actualization.
The world we live in is becoming increasingly competitive with more and more people chasing after the same number of finite opportunities. Regardless of the field of play- sports, business, career, entertainment, politics and ministry among others, the demands for opportunities to gain and retain customers, attract patronage to one's cause, secure votes from the electorate, get to the top, emerge successful at bids for contracts, jobs…Continue
Posted on June 19, 2011 at 4:21pm
In between stepping out and achieving successful outcomes, people often experience phases of hard times. How they handle those moments of ‘dryness’ when desired success appears elusive ultimately determines whether or not they reach their desired destinations. One of such colourless phases is at the actual start of the journey to significance: the period of humble beginnings. It is important to realize that great enterprises hardly begin in great ways. Enterprises don’t…Continue
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Regardless of what difficulties you may be going through right now- setbacks, crisis, mistakes, tragedies, pressures, temptations, disappointments, or failed expectations, friend, you need not despair for those seemingly negative occurrences have inherent benefits. By walking in this understanding, it becomes possible to handle them successfully, turning them into opportunities in the process. Today, I will be sharing with you six benefits inherent in…Continue
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My daughter (18yo) is interning w/us this summer and has time to read and review books if you need reviews.
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Would you like to trade reviews? Our books are very different in nature. Let me know if you're interested.
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I look fw to hearing from you,
Caren Brodt aka: C.S. Case