by Ken G Cooper



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/11/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781524680671
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781524680688

About the Book

How much more could you achieve with your life? This remarkable book provides the key to unlocking the potential you already have. There are no fancy formulae - indeed the great strength herein is its simplicity indicating the power of love to open the way that is before us all.

Everyone knows that when love dominates our actions we can surpass what is the norm. In reading this book, we see how. The unlocking of what we have within is inevitable, because it is there. The ability to love what we do, and love what we are, brings out a new love of life. It guides us to do things differently, otherwise we remain as we are.

Whatever your beliefs, the power of love is known and proved. While written with a love for the Bible, it reaches out and embraces everyone, whatever their leaning. It is not confined to Christianity, for love is universal. Nor is this about positive thinking / visualisation. It is about the reality of your unique potential, fulfilled by the love in your heart.

About the Author

Ken trained as a chartered accountant, and became a partner with one of the major international accountancy firms. Throughout this time he was actively involved with British Junior Chamber and Junior Chamber International and developed his own series of seminars and workshops on “Effective Speaking” and “Unlocking Potential”. His love of training blessed many people, and he has given presentations across the world to a wide variety of audiences and participants. His presentations resonated with them all. The joy was and is in the evident practicality, the recognition that a fulfilling life is readily available to all.

Ken has witnessed the impact of love, seen it change people’s lives. Ken has long recognised the power of love within us guiding whatever we do. It was seen in his workshops and presentations which were all highly recommended – not just for the content but for the spirit of love in which they were and still are given.