21 Days to the Life You’ve Always Imagined

Rick Ezell
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The life you’ve always imagined is within your grasp. But it requires a new way of looking, thinking, and behaving. We often obsess on the life we want as obtaining certain possessions or higher status. But the life we want is much loftier than that. It hinges on undeniable traits, disciplines, and characteristics that define the soul and heart of a person. The twenty-one daily readings will help you focus on what matters most for a life that matters. The daily assignments that follow each chapter will help you implement what is lacking in your life to discover and enjoy the life you’ve always imagined.
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Rick is the Managing Partner of Employee Care of America, (www.employeecareofamerica.com) and a thirty-year veteran of pastoral ministry. He has authored 9 books, contributed to 12 others, and has published over 1000 articles. He speaks at churches, civic and leadership events. He and his wife have one daughter.

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Rick Ezell
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Published on
Oct 26, 2017
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Pages
41
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ISBN
9780999452707
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English
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Religion / Christian Life / Personal Growth
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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