the greatest man who ever lived

As many of you know, I am a sucker for books, especially when I am asked to promote good ones. 

So here is the one for the week:

The Greatest Man who ever lived – Steven K. Scott

I have not yet read this one but I have taken a gander at his other book, The Greatest Words Ever Spoken, which my uncle got for Christmas this year.

This seems to be a great book and I am looking forwarding to reading it soon.  But for now read the blurb:

As you look at Jesus’s life, you will learn how to: 

  • 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.

Also, here is some stuff about the author:

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.  (Sounds like a guy who might know what he is talking about). 

If you are interested in ordering this book, I recommend that you get it here or here


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