Monday, March 23, 2009

The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived by Steven Scott (And Giveaway)

**Leave a comment before Monday March 30 at midnight to be entered to win a copy.**


In The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived, Scott guides readers in a step-by-step application of the life-changing principles, skills, and methods that Jesus used throughout his earthly life. Although believers may spend a lifetime learning from Jesus’ teachings, it’s easy to overlook the powerful lessons demonstrated in His life. But when these incomparable lessons are learned and put to use, they enable ordinary people to achieve extraordinary success and happiness.

From Jesus’ earthly life readers will learn:
How to break through the barriers that prevent them from achieving extraordinary success at work and relational success at home.
How to experience a level of happiness and fulfillment that nothing the world offers can duplicate.
How to use adversity and opposition as a springboard for greater success.
How to love others in a way that increases their love as well.

No matter what a person’s area of expertise and in what setting a person influences others, living by the principles of Jesus’ life on earth produces extraordinary success, unprecedented achievements, personal fulfillment, and blessings for others.

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Author Bio:
Steven K. Scott is the best-selling author of The Richest Man Who Ever Lived, The Greatest Words Ever Spoken, and Mentored by a Millionaire. After failing in nine jobs, he started reading a chapter of Proverbs every day—and the wisdom of Scripture changed his life. Scott and his business partners have built more than a dozen multimillion-dollar companies from scratch, achieving billions of dollars in sales. He is the co-founder of Max International, Total Gym Fitness, and The American Telecast Corporation. He is a popular international speaker on the subjects of personal and professional achievement and the application of biblical wisdom to every area of life.


Grateful Gramma said...

Interesting. Add my name, please. Thanks!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Sounds wonderful! Reminds me of Og Mandino's books. I'd be delighted with a copy!

L. Diane Wolfe

Carolynn said...

Sounds like a book I could learn a lot from. Thanks for the chance to win!

Tarasview said...

Sure, I'd like to read this.

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