Your Breakthroughs: Advice and Lessons from the 400 Year Project (1995-2015) by Donald Mitchell

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Author
Donald Mitchell
Publisher
400 Year Project Press
Date of release
Pages
328
ISBN
9780692520239
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Paperback
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At God's direction in 1995, The 400 Year Project set out to accomplish two audacious goals: 1. Identify ways that the rate of all forms of human improvement could be accelerated by 20 times. 2. Demonstrate the most practical ways to accelerate improvements. Through following God's directions and receiving His help, these goals were greatly surpassed in 2015. Your Breakthroughs contains the key 400 Year Project lessons for individuals, companies, nonprofits, governments, and nations to create and enjoy improvements that would otherwise take more than 400 years to accomplish. By applying Your Breakthroughs, you can benefit yourself and others far beyond your fondest hopes. Your personal effectiveness will be greatly increased. The performance of your workplace, your church, your community, and your nation will become more than 20 times greater. If you choose to employ the most advanced methods described in this book, you will accomplish more than most productive people would in hundreds of lifetimes. Yet the time, effort, and resources needed to do so are modest. Only those who want to live frustrated by not accomplishing what they see is needed will avoid reading and applying this book.


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