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Soar! Build your Vision from the Ground up by T.D.Jakes

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While focusing on his core mission to preach the gospel worldwide, T.D. Jakes has seen many good people not spend enough quality time with family, friends, and God. They have gotten so swept up in the daily grind that they have failed to live the rich life that God desires for each of His people. In his new book, Jakes provides readers with strategies that will help them rejuvenate their life and turn their “busyness” into a “business.” All readers-not just entrepreneurs-will benefit from Jakes’ insightful advice so that they can use the days God has blessed them with wisely and finish each day strong!

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    I want to show you how you can be a champion in almost anything you put your mind to.

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