Life′s Golden Ticket
An Inspriational NovelPaperback Engels 2007 9781841127750
A fictionalized account on one man′s journey through a "theme park of life" after being implored by his dying fiancee to go and discover... Trapped in a prison of his past so he can′t see the possibilities, the gifts and the choices available to him, his journey is our journey.
Based on Brendon′s experience teaching and coaching, he realizes that people never transform the quality of their lives unless their hearts and minds are truly engaged in changing – they need to have a deep, emotional reason to change. This beautiful, engaging story of love, loss and redemption will connect with people immediately.
It will also cause readers to think and reflect on their lives more deeply, become more aware of their own life stories, accept their authentic selves, and become accountable for who they are. Brendon reaches out to engage hearts and minds in transforming lives with emotional edge and mental clarity.
What is this golden ticket? And what kind of life does it really gain us admission to? The chapters are arranged into life lessons around 4 gates to transformation: Awareness, Acceptance, Accountability, and Action.
"Whatever you do, pay the price of admission for Life′s Golden Ticket! This book is entertaining, provocative and loaded with wisdom. Honestly, this is the most original book I′ve read in years!" (Bill Treasurer, CEO, Giant Leap Consulting and author of Right Risk – Ten Powerful Principles for Taking Giant Leaps with Your Life)
"I read the story in one sitting, I just couldn′t put it down. I cried, I laughed, I cheered, I wondered where it was all going – and when I finished, I was so thankful for the journey" (K C George, Corporate Program Manager, VISA USA)
"Life′s Golden Ticket is wise without being preachy, inspiring without forgetting insight, entertaining without sacrificing empowerment. Brendon Burchard shows incredible depth, compassion, and wisdom on every page. He has given us a true gift." (Kelley Graham, Director, Levi Strauss & Co)
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