Titolo: Turning Red Lights Green
Casa editrice: 12|2 Publishing
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9780615301891-3
Riassunto: In Turning Red Lights Green, Brian Keith Miller takes us inside the extraordinary journey of one ordinary man. These pages chronicle his quest to press through the challenges of life and emerge triumphant. Miller shares with readers some of his Red, Yellow and Green lights and illustrates how they propelled him to the destination at which he wished to be. Turning your own red lights to green, he argues, is the key to peace, prosperity and happiness. As a social entrepreneur, Miller has shared this very same message from the halls of elementary schools and the forums of collegiate academia to community organizations all over the United States. It doesn't matter if you are a boy scout or a business professional, Turning Red Lights Green will: 1) challenge you to see life in a different light, 2) encourage you to leverage your present to catapult you into your future and 3) inspire you too, to share your story. With its lively layout and energetic writing, Turning Red Lights Green is a perfect pocket guide that will inspire everyone for generations to come.
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