This new and expanded edition of one of the most influential self-help books of the 20th century makes Florence Scovel Shinn's principles relevant to 21st-century audiences. Now included are study questions, meditations, and action items that will ensure that this will become the essential edition of this classic text.
Shinn begins with the following statement: "Most people consider life a battle. It's not a battle.... It's a game. And, like most games, it can't be played successfully without understanding the rules." In a clear and accessible manner, Shinn then sets forth and explores the six key rules for the game of life, providing to listeners the user's manual for making informed decisions and fully embracing a life of success and happiness.
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"Biblical perspective to the game of life "
Wasn't what I expected, this book was 100% better. it's a biblical perspective of how to succeed in life. want to read it again to be sure I didn't miss anything
Loved it. This book is full of great insight. Listening to it will change the way you live your life!
"partner this with your BIBLE"
people please read and retrain your thought process but couple it with the word of God . the bible is the true companion for this book
A must hear...
I loved it. I didn't want to put it down.
I will recommend to others.
"Reveals the connection between bible & life."
KNOCK, SEEK, ASK
Simplicity of the book, easy to understand.
"If you want to be Successful you get what you want.
If your want to be happy you want what you get.
Love it!! highly recommend to others.
I devoured this book on a long trip. now I am going to listen to each chapter 1 per week and really soak it all in
"An amazing book."
The practice in this book will change my life if I study it. and consistently apply these principles to my life. Only 1 word describes this life tool and. that is ...AMAZING!!!
"Great book terrible narrator"
I would read it, not listen it. I cannot bear the voice of this narrator again.
I find the quotes in between very distracting. And the exercises in the end kinda cheesy. Those are the additions to the original text.
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