The Traveler’s Gift

January 29, 2018 - Comment

“The Traveler’s Gift effectively combines self-help with fiction . . . sustaining momentum while simultaneously passing on instructions for positive thinking . . . an exemplary job atproviding positive suggestions for overcoming life’s obstacles.” – Publishers Weekly “Andy Andrews will challenge you to reach your fullest potential.” – John C. Maxwell, Founder, The INJOYTM Group

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“The Traveler’s Gift effectively combines self-help with fiction . . . sustaining momentum while simultaneously passing on instructions for positive thinking . . . an exemplary job atproviding positive suggestions for overcoming life’s obstacles.” – Publishers Weekly

“Andy Andrews will challenge you to reach your fullest potential.” – John C. Maxwell, Founder, The INJOYTM Group

“The Traveler’s Gift touched me in a way no other book ever has.” – Barbara Johnson, Humorist and Best-Selling Author

Only a few months ago, he was a successful executive. Now he’s a desperate man. But a divine adventure is about to unfold. Join David Ponder on an incredible journey that will help you discover the Seven Decisions for Success.

In the tradition of best-selling books by Og Mandino, The Traveler’s Gift is destined to become a classic.

Comments

S. Kirkpatrick says:

Good Book! Surprisingly, not my favorite Andy Andrews book. I’m a big fan of Andy Andrews. I’ve read some of this books (The Heart Mender, How do you Kill 11 Million People, and the Noticer). I loved all of them. This book was good, but I didn’t enjoy it as much. I felt like the others (maybe excluding 11 Million) had more story to them. They still included valuable lessons and principles, but they were weaved in more smoothly. I felt like the 7 principles could have been laid out in a shorter, simpler format with similar affect and less to read. With…

Pattijwr says:

Easy read I bought this on the recommendation of a friend. I’m not really into fantasy type reading so this was a stretch for me. I get the principles but the book on the whole I would’ve passed on. Now, having said that, I did find the history of Colonel Chamberlain and the tie together of his actions and the affect they had, toward the end of the book an interesting twist. It is an easy read and I can see where it would be beneficial for someone just starting out, provided they actually want to learn.

Herbnerd says:

Ooops… seriously underwhelmed I know that different books will land differently on each of us but nothing in this book grabbed me at all. It was recommended from a friend who raved about it but I was seriously underwhelmed. It just seemed like a rehashing of all the self help books I have ever read. To each his (or her) own. I hope you enjoy it more than I.

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