Your Signature Life: Pursuing God's Best Every Day

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Booher Consultants, 2003 M10 1 - 192 páginas
Live a life worthy of your own endorsement. Like the artist who signs his masterpiece, take ownership for your work, your home, and your relationships by giving them your personal best.

Explore 19 power-packed chapters and set the stage for creating your own life-long masterpiece. Using the analogies of writing a blockbuster movie, painting a portrait, and building a dream home, author Dianna Booher challenges readers to create "masterpieces" of their career, character, and relationships.

Inspiring insights will help you

display honesty, wisdom, courage, and four other characteristics worthy of your signature
deepen your relationships through kindness and compassion, a commitment to telling and hearing the truth, serving others, and keeping your sense of humor
discover and pursue your calling with conscientious planning, attention to detail, and a balanced perspective
Benefit from the wisdom of dozens of the greatest thought leaders, the famous and not-so-famous, whose quotations are sprinkled throughout each chapter.
"I do not pray for success, I pray for faithfulness."
─Mother Theresa

If you seek a life-changing experience, Your Signature Life fills the bill.

 

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Acknowledgments
Would You Put Your Signature on It? PART ONE Your Signature Self Like Painting a Portrait 1 Honesty working through the shades or Grayo 2 ...
Studying the Landscape to Get from Here to There
Painting in the Dark
Looking at the Face in the Portrait
Displaying It under the Bright Light of Stress
Touching Up till the
Your Signature Relationships Like Writing a Blockbuster
Forgiving the Future
Striving to ServeEven If Youre the Star
Laughing to Lighten the Load Lengthen Your Days and Infect Others
Your Signature Work Like Building Your Dream Home
Following a Plan to Arrive at the Payoff
Discovering Your Calling and Equipment
Building Meaning into the Mundane
Are You Shining Brightlyor Shorting Out?

Being Kind to Your Kin and Colleagues
Telling and Hearing the Truth
Building Connection and Chemistry
Protecting the Parts That Make Up the Whole
Finding Satisfaction in What Youve Built
A Final Note About the Author

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