"If you're anything like me, you have a recent sense that new horizons are becoming more available to you. The future isn't what it used to be, but suddenly is wide open. Our God has great things in store, and it's a certainty that you're a part of His blueprint for that world. Many of my friends are answering the call. They're staking their claim in the new frontier of this entrepreneurial, technological, and information-driven society. They're seizing what I call their manifest destiny. I don't have the room to explain that amazing idea here - it would take a book and beyond. Therefore, I've written one for you.
"My new volume, Your Manifest Destiny: 15 Audio Meditations to Transform Your Future lays out the pathway for those who boldly want to go where no man or woman has gone before. I discuss the new laws of entrepreneurism, and how you can get put them to use in your everyday life. We talk about God's principles and practicals; we meet a few men and women who are making it happen; and we look at what it's going to take for you to get started today in the task of making your dreams come true. I'm fully convinced that God is doing something unprecedented through our people - something that honors his name, something that gives you a hope and a future. Will you partner with me in exploring the dream God is inviting you to share?" --Rodney Sampson
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"Rodney Sampson is not only a marketing genius and successful entrepreneur, but a 21st-century global influencer in his own right. We are blessed to have his leadership in The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International”. (Bishop Paul S. Morton, International Presiding Bishop, The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International; Author, The Enemy Inside Your Mind)
I haven't finished this audio program yet, but it does not listen like an audio book. There is fairly loud, annoying music throughout the whole thing. Listen to the sample portion before you buy. I skipped ahead to a bit of each section and found that the music runs through the whole thing. I don't know if I'll be able to get through it because I hate that. The content might be good, but I may never know because of the annoying music.
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