The Power of Serving Others You Can Start Where You are by Gary Morsch, Dean Nelson
  

Synopsis

The Power of Serving Others You Can Start Where You are by Gary Morsch, Dean Nelson

The stories in this book will show how people of all ages, income levels, and expertise can find meaning and significance in their lives, wherever they are. The stories show that: everyone has something to give; everyone is willing to give when they see the need and have the opportunity; and, everyone can do something for someone right now. Through an easy step-by-step journey, readers will learn how to establish meaning through daily service in their own lives. With this book, Morsch and Nelson prove that the ability to find significance and fulfilment is within our reach at this very moment. The discovery is waiting to be made in our homes, our workplaces, our communities, our neighbourhoods, our schools, and in chance encounters every day.

About the Author

Gary Morsch, M.D., M.P.H. is the founder and president of Heart To Heart International, an internationally recognised relief and development organisation that provides medical support, education and disaster assistance worldwide through an extensive network of volunteers. Dean Nelson, Ph.D., is the founder and director of the journalism program at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. He currently writes for the New York Times and previously wrote for the Boston Globe and other national magazines for 20 years.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
144 pages

Author

Gary Morsch, Dean Nelson
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Publisher

Berrett-Koehler

Publication date

1st June 2006

ISBN

9781576753668


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