Item description for From Success to Significance: When the Pursuit of Success Isn't Enough (Halftime) by Lloyd Reeb...
Overview Shows how regular people can infuse significance into the second half of their lives, before achieving financial independence and without abandoning their first-half career. You don't have to be rich to find a life of significance.
Publishers Description Success Is Great. But Significance Is Lasting.You've achieved a measure of success in the first half of life, and it's been a thrill. But deep in your heart, you want your second half to count for something far more. Something bigger than you. Significance. You're not alone; you're in 'Halftime.' You want to discover where your deepest passions intersect with your greatest abilities and harness them to help change the world. But what does significance look like? How do you attain it? What will it cost you? What if you are not yet financially independent? Who can help you make sense out of this stage of life?Lloyd Reeb knows how it is. He's wrestled with the same questions---and found answers. In From Success to Significance, he unfolds a blueprint that has helped thousands of men and women redefine success and infuse their lives with eternal significance. Adapt Reeb's approach to your circumstances and, with God's help, put it in motion. It works, and it will work for you.Discover God's unique purpose for your life. Your talents, your drives, and everything you are will make sense in a new way and have an impact you've never dreamed of. Go ahead, start dreaming. Because significance is within your reach, and it starts by finding the freedom to dream.'Many people measure their success by wealth, recognition, power, and status. There's nothing wrong with those, but if that's all you're focused on, you're missing the boat. Lloyd Reeb shows that if you focus on significance---using your time and talent to serve others---that's when truly meaningful success can come your way.'
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Sep 27, 2004
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 031025356X ISBN13 9780310253563 UPC 025986253561
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More About Lloyd Reeb
Lloyd Reeb is the director of the Halftime Group, a national ministry of Leadership Network that helps successful people pursue significance. Reeb also allocates part of his time as pastor of leadership development at Mecklenburg Community Church. He is on the board of the Finishers Project, an organization of more than seventy leading mission agencies that helps boomers find a significant second career in missions.
Lloyd Reeb currently resides in Charlotte, in the state of North Carolina. Lloyd Reeb was born in 1961.
Reviews - What do customers think about From Success To Significance?
Success to Significance is a Success! Jan 12, 2007
Lyod Reeb has put together a very helpful guide for those of us at mid-life who want to move into doing something more significant for the rest of our lives, but don't know where to start. His personal story and that of others he mentions in the book are both inspiring and helpful.
The primise of the book is good, but it missed the mark for me. Dec 16, 2006
I read the book for a Bible study I was part of at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas. I had breakfast as part of a group of men with the author Lloyd Reeb.
The book attempts to show how regular people can add significance to the second half of their lives. He atempts to show how persons before achieving financial freedom and without leaving their career can find significance. He strives to show you don't have to be rich to find a life of significance. It in somes ways attempts to answer the question, "Is that all their is?" He attempts to help you tie meaning to your work and/or ministry to you work. I was disappointed in the examples used in the book. They tended to be examples of persons who were upper middle-class, business owners etc., instead of what I view would be ordinary people. The primise of the book is good, but it missed the mark for me.