Very good book. Lessons of gratitude are practical and liberating. Timber Hawkye reminds readers that we have so much to be thankful for so easy to get caught up in the fast pace, media driven, power hungry world that we live in that we forget about what is truly important.
YES. This book not only had a great story line, but there are many lessons to be learned. As a young and aspiring career person, I can instantly relate to Joshua and have found myself rethinking habits in my life and using RSVP principles at work.
Getting rid of the TV. Importance of strategy. The ending of the book.
Bravo on a fantastic book that I did not want to put down. I have never read a business book where I was so captivated in the characters, learned valuable selling and business lessons and was emotionally spent at the end of the book.
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