Poder De La Vision (Abridged) – (Spanish) (Abridged)
Ya seas un ejecutivo de negocios, un gerente departamental, un empleado, una ama de casa, un estudiante o el gobernante de un estado, el autor de exitos de ventas Myles Munroe explica como puedes hacer realidad tus esperanzas y sueos.
Mediante El poder de la vision podras…
*Descubrir tu proposito en la vida.
*Entender por que la vision es esencial para tu exito.
*Comprender las claves necesarias para cumplir el sueo de tu vida.
*Desarrollar un plan especifico para alcanzar tu vision.
*Vencer obstaculos para tu vision.
Tu exito no depende del estado de la economia, de que carreras profesionales estan en demanda en la actualidad, o de como es el mercado de trabajo. No tienes que verte obstaculizado por lo que la gente te cree capaz o por una falta de recursos. Este libro proporciona principios probados por el tiempo, que te capacitaran para llevar a cabo tu vision sin importar quien seas o de donde provengas.
No fuiste creado para una vida mediocre o rutinaria. No existes solamente para ganarte la vida. Revive tu pasion por vivir. Persigue tu sueo. Descubre tu vision y encuentra tu verdadera vida.
Whether you are a businessperson, a departmental manager, an employee, a homemaker, a student, or a head of state, best-selling author Myles Munroe explains how you can make your dreams and hopes a living reality.
*Through Vision Principles, you will…
*Discover your purpose in life.
*Understand why vision is essential to your success.
*Grasp the necessary keys for fulfilling your life’s dream.
*Develop a specific plan for achieving your vision.
*Overcome obstacles to your vision.
Your success is not dependent on the state of the economy, what careers are currently in demand, or what the job market is like. You do not need to be hindered by what people think you are capable of or a lack of resources. This book provides you with time-tested principles that will enable you to fulfill your vision no matter who you are or where you come from.
You were not meant for a mundane or mediocre life. You do not exist just to earn a paycheck. Revive your passion for living. Pursue your dream. Discover your vision–and find your true life.
SKU (ISBN): 9798887690803
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: November 2023
Publisher: Whitaker House Publishers
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