Item description for Life Is A Goldmine: Can You Dig It? A Practical Guide to Help You Discover Your Purpose and Be More Productive by John Stanko...
Overview Grab a shovel and start digging-there's gold to be found! Do you dream of doing something great? Do you hunger to find your purpose in life? Are you busy but unfulfilled? Do you want to serve God no matter what your calling? If so, Life Is A Gold Mine will show you how to: *Define your life's purpose in one concise sentence *Set goals that take you out of your "comfort zone" *Eliminate obstacles and distractions by organizing your world *Stir up and use the faith that God has given you. Thousands of people around the world have been challenged by the Life Is A Gold Mine seminar and book. If you read The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People but wondered where God fit into the picture, read Life Is A Gold Mine and find out.
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John Stanko currently resides in the state of Pennsylvania.
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Find, stake and work your claim Apr 18, 2000
Do you have a sense of destiny, but don't know where to start? This book contains practical examples to guide your steps in identifying, planning and achieving your goals. As with most valuable information, it takes a while to sink in, yet it is written in a clear, uncomplicated manner. The focus on application in everyday life makes this a rare investment which grows more valuable as one learns how to avoid 'treading the hamster wheel' and rather 'running the race' to win.