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The Problem with Perfect

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Regular Price: $11.95

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Life is too short to live without purpose. No matter where you are at the moment, you can start over. This book will lead you on the path to purpose and give you the confidence you need to thrive.

Why do we struggle with perfection when we know it’s not possible? The standard is beyond unreasonable, yet our actions suggest otherwise. The problem with perfection is that it paralyzes potential. We were created for a purpose that is inevitably imperfect. This book introduces readers to “The Path to Purpose,” a six-step process for discovering true meaning in life. Readers will discover a proven step-by-step guide for finding purpose in the face of imperfection. Written for procrastinators, perfectionists, and people who are generally unsatisfied with the trajectory of life, this book gives readers:

  • A personal account of the results of chasing perfection.
  • Practical insight on shifting focus away from perfection to purpose.
  • Actionable steps for finding the courage to pursue passion and purpose.

Life is too short for perfect, but absolutely essential for purpose!

Contributor(s) Bo Parrish
About the Contributor(s) Bo Parrish

In the fall of 2006, Bo Parrish nearly lost his life to a 13 year battle with Crohn's Disease. Change has become the theme of Bo's life, and he has thrived despite battles with physical and emotional adversity. He is now an elite triathlete with sponsors including Timex, Powerbar, Newton Running, and Trek Bicycles. In addition, he has delivered keynotes to organizations including the IMG Academy and Timex Group USA and built the first-ever marketing department for the investment research company, Dorsey Wright and Associates. He lives with his wife, Marietta, in Nashville along with their 9 year old boxer, Chief.

ISBN-10 1490863664
ISBN-13 9781490863665
Publish Date Aug 18, 2015
Weight (lbs) 0.6500
Height 9.00
Width 6.00
Length 112
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Price $11.95
Format Paperback
Language English

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