The Traveler's Gift

The Traveler's Gift

Seven Decisions That Determine Personal Success

Book - 2002
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"David Ponder is at a crossroads. Having lost his job and the will to live, he has been supernaturally selected to travel through time, gathering wisdom for future generations. Visits to historical figures such as Abraham Lincoln, King Solomon, and Anne Frank yield the Seven Fundamentals for Success that will impact the entire world."--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: Nashville : T. Nelson Publishers, 2002
ISBN: 9780785264286
0785264280
Characteristics: 211 pages ; 22 cm

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crisbelt411
Feb 20, 2019

This book really helped me to become more self determined. I feel I can achieve more as my thoughts focus on these seven decisions of success.

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vicsjohnson
Sep 18, 2018

Quit in the third chapter. Too new age, positive thinking for me. More Koolaid to keep the American Dream staffed with automatons.

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reneescherrer
Mar 24, 2011

"I read this book while in the air over the weekend... in about 10 minutes. If you like drawn-out stories to entertain you and prefer novels to non-fiction, you may enjoy this book. As for me, I tired quickly of the format and skipped ahead to the end where the seven gifts are listed for you on one page. (Now, that's more like it!) None of the seven gifts were "ah-ha" moments for me; we've all heard these before. My recommendation instead? Stephen Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Make Covey's 7 decisions and you'll make a true difference in your life."

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michelle_m411
Feb 15, 2014

The Buck Stops Here. I am responsible for my past and future.

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