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Es domingo por la tarde y ya está temiendo que llegue el lunes. Se pasa más de 50 horas en un trabajo que odia, solo para llegar a su casa exhausto y hacer algo más que ver la monótona televisión. Pues bien, no está solo: 87 por ciento de los trabajadores no le encuentran significado a su trabajo y 80 por ciento asegura que sus talentos no son utilizados. Y hay consecuencias. Se dé cuenta o no, nuestra actitud impacta nuestra salud, nuestras relaciones, nuestras familias y nuestro sentido básico de la felicidad, pero el autor de éxitos de librería Max Lucado, tiene una cura. Todos somos individuos únicos, creados a la imagen de Dios, con nuestros propios dones, pasiones y puntos fuertes. Con su voz encantadora y estimulante, Max ofrece a sus lectores herramientas prácticas para explorar e identificar nuestra propia singularidad, una motivación para ponerla en práctica y una perspectiva para volver a definir nuestro concepto de trabajo. Nunca es tarde para descubrir sus puntos fuertes, la voluntad de Dios o una nueva dirección en su carrera, curando así lo que de otra forma sería una vida común.
Published: Thomas Nelson on Jan 10, 2006
ISBN: 9781418582036
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A process for discovering your passions and abilities in God's kingdom. This is not a book about introspection. Rather it is an exhortation to review your life history to identify what you've done in the past to understand what you might do well for God in the future. Lucado tells us to take risks and serve through our passions by being faithful at our current jobs while exploring new paths.read more
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It was while reading this book that God spoke to me about our school's theme for 2007. The idea that God knows us intimately - our sins, our evil and depravved hearts yet loves us - and sent His Son to die for us while we were His enemies, was brought to me afresh. He knows me, and in Christ, God has made Himself known.This is the theme for my school in 2007!read more
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A process for discovering your passions and abilities in God's kingdom. This is not a book about introspection. Rather it is an exhortation to review your life history to identify what you've done in the past to understand what you might do well for God in the future. Lucado tells us to take risks and serve through our passions by being faithful at our current jobs while exploring new paths.
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It was while reading this book that God spoke to me about our school's theme for 2007. The idea that God knows us intimately - our sins, our evil and depravved hearts yet loves us - and sent His Son to die for us while we were His enemies, was brought to me afresh. He knows me, and in Christ, God has made Himself known.This is the theme for my school in 2007!
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