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Be one of the first to see our new inspirational movies and also receive inspirational stories from Simple Truths.
The Dash by Linda Ellis and Mac Anderson
Friends by BJ Gallagher
First Thing Every Morning by Lewis Timberlake
Oil For Your Lamp by BJ Gallagher and Lisa Hammond
Attitude Is Everything by Vicki Hitzges
Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy
Stress Is A Choice by David Zerfoss
The Heart Of A Teacher by Paula Fox
Own Your Dreams by John C. Maxwell
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212° The Extra Degree by Sam Parker and Mac Anderson
212° Service by Mac Anderson
The Simple Truths Of Service Inspired by Johnny The Bagger
Pulling Together by John Murphy
Finish Strong by Dan Green
Inspiration 365 by Zig Ziglar
Seven Choices for Success and Significance by Dr. Nido Quebin
The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale
Motivational Quotes by Mac Anderson
Change Is Good, You Go First by Mac Anderson
"Great beginnings are not as important as the way one finishes."
- Featured on the print Great Beginnings.
"At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. The one extra degree...makes all the difference."
- Featured on the print 212°, The Extra Degree.
"In the middle of every difficulty...comes opportunity."
- Featured on the print Fern.
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."
- Featured on the print Imagination.
"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give."
- Featured on the print Warm Sunbeams.
"A leader's job is to look into the future and see the organization not as it is, but as it can be."
- Featured on the print A Leader's Job.
About the Book:
Filled with over two hundred quotes from John
Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and more,
The Founding Fathers: Quotes, Quips, and Speeches captures
the essence of America’s most influential leaders in an elegant
collection that explores the American Revolution. Discover their
thoughts on honesty, democracy, perseverance, hope, liberty and
leadership, and read from landmark speeches of the day—from Samuel
Adam’s 1776 address to the Continental Congress to George
Washington’s resignation speech. Hear the voices of the people who
changed the world.
Praise for Abraham Lincoln: Quotes, Quips,
and Speeches by Gordon Leidner
“An easy and enjoyable introduction to one of
America’s greatest presidents and heroes.”—Tom Schwartz, historian
emeritus for the state of Illinois
“Gordon Leidner provides readers with a toothsome
smorgasbord of Abraham Lincoln’s wit and wisdom. This volume is an
excellent introduction to the Great Emancipator’s humanity,
philosophy, humor, and eloquence.”—Michael Burlingame, Chancellor
Naomi B. Lynn Distinguished Chair in Lincoln Studies, University of
“Abraham Lincoln had the God-given talent to
express himself in words that the people felt and understood.
[This] book enables readers to sample and touch the greatness of
Lincoln through his letters, public papers, and speeches.”—Edwin C.
Bearrs, historican emeritus, National Park Service
Author: Gordon Leidner
Pages: 176 pages
Size: 4" x 6"
Review and Praise:
“This book is so well done. Even the art work on
the book was very well thought out. I highly recommend this
book!!!”—Bruce at Amazon.com
“I thought it was was well written and accurate
historically. The quotes were enlightening and brought to life the
true character of president Lincoln and the issues he was facing at
that time in history.”—Tommy McMahon at Amazon.com
About the Author:
GORDON LEIDNER has been a
student of the Civil War and of Abraham Lincoln for more than
twenty-five years. The author of numerous articles on Lincoln and
the Civil War and a member of the board of the Abraham Lincoln
Institute, he is a Webmaster of several Lincoln sites and maintains
the website GreatAmericanHistory.com.
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