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Why Focus on Twenty-Somethings?
Our education systems teaches the “what” and “how” but fails to teach the “why.” Every 20-something is asking the question: why am I here?
Without knowing your “Why,” you aren’t able to discover your True North. We help twenty-somethings uncover their God-given identity and calling. This will inspire a new generation to find peace, purpose and potential. Twenty-somethings will live the rest of their lives with greater significance, leading to a flourishing world.
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"Every person who's young or young at heart needs to read this...and this is a book that will guide you out of that confusion and into the clarity that is your calling."
- Jeff Goins, bestselling author of "The Art of Work"
"An indispensable road map to life for Millennials, this book provides a stead rudder for navigating a quarter-life crisis. This book is like the Purpose Driven Life for Millennials."
- Frances Hesselbein, president of The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute
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