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Your Best Life Now: 7 Steps to Living at Your Full Potential

Abridged Audiobook

Written By: Joel Osteen

Narrated By: Joel Osteen

Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA

Date: April 2005

Duration: 6 hours 33 minutes

Summary:

Do you often dream of living a more rewarding life? Do you aspire to a better job, a stronger marriage, a happier home? Do you wish for more gratifying relationships with your family and friends? Perhaps you simply want to accomplish more and leave a lasting legacy for future generations.If you are like most people, you have written these goals and dreams on a list that's titled "Tomorrow's To Do". You can't pursue what's truly important to you because your day is crowded by the demands of mundane routines and other people's priorities. How do you break out and experience the full potential that God intended you to have? The answer lies in a simple yet profound process to change the way you think about your life and help you accomplish what's truly important. In this straightforward guide, Joel Osteen gives you a way to improve your life for good and help you experience victory, joy, and satisfaction every day!

Your journey to a brighter future begins with these seven steps:


- Enlarge your vision
- Develop a healthy self-image
- Discover the power of your thoughts and words
- Let go of the past
- Find strength through adversity
- Live to give
- Choose to be happyIn this remarkable book, Joel Osteen offers you unique insights and encouragement that will help you overcome every obstacle you may encounter.

Your life has a divine purpose and destiny. As you put the principles found in this audio to work today you will begin living Your Best Life Now!

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  • pcguy74

    After hearing two of the books read by the author I have decided this one is probably the one to start with but the other book Become a Better You is more practical in some ways. I have decided that I like Mr. Osteen's positive messages and Christian approach but much of this sounds rehashed from other self-help/self-improvement books and methods. If you want a positive Christian spin on things you may have already read this is a great place to start. I always appreciate it when the author reads the text and Mr. Osteen is certainly easy to absorb.

  • Anonymous

    This book is fantastic! Whether you are of the Christian faith or not the principles are still the same! I LOVED the book! Thinking about buying it now to keep at home

  • Catherine Copeland

    Many of the items here have been touched upon in other books. I found it interesting that Joel feels he needs to reign his wife in or she'll be in jail. (his words not mine). I immediately thought about the airline incident a year or so ago when she was kicked off the plane for being so nasty. The book was OK but not what I thought it would be.

  • Jason Carter

    Just awesome audiobook. You should go ahead and buy it.

  • Diana C

    This information presented here was great. If you're used to hearing him preach on TV, this is different. He is calmer and essentially reads the material. Still great to listen to, but it take a little adjusting.

  • Nanette

    I swear I could listen to Joel Osteen read the telephone book. Aside from his wonderful voice, Joel has some wonderful things to say. We could all use some if not all of his 7 steps somewhere in our lives.

  • Anonymous

    A great book to help you get your life in perspective. Everyone should read it. Applying it is the hard part.

  • Anonymous

    I just finished listening to this audio, it was AMAZING!!!!! I truly believe that it will change your life. I know it did mine.

  • Troyellen

    This was a great book for all christians. In fact, I listened to it twice before returning it. And, I intend to rent agian.

  • Anonymous

    I couldn't get through these CD. I am a Christian, but guess I don't believe that God is going to make me rich and powerful. I don't have my problems in my life so this just didn't speak to me. Seems like I could have gotten something from this sermon, but didn't.