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Lifeology :  Things You Can Count on Besides Your Fingers

Author: Jay Payleitner 

Welcome to the mind-expanding world of Lifeology!

It is beautiful to have the right thing to say at just the right time. Lifeology contains more than 750 words of wisdom learned the hard way, stumbled over, heard in passing, or generated out of thin air—all ready for you to share, quote, whisper, or tweet.
Lifeology is divided into more than two-dozen surprising and eclectic categories, including...
  • Relationship lifeology
  • Do-great-things lifeology
  • Heartwarming lifeology
  • Amusing-fact lifeology
  • Lifeology for parents and kids
  • Business lifeology
  • Unexpected lifeology
  • And much more
You are allowed to have a favorite category, but do not miss the others. Feeling overwhelmed by numbskulls? Is it your job to rally the troops? Need your own inspirational nudge? You now have hundreds of trustworthy truths at your fingertips— ready to apply to life.
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Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC 
ISBN: 9781424552658
160Pages / Publication Date: 20160701
In stock

Subject: REL036000-RELIGION / Inspirational,REL012070-RELIGION / Christian Life / Personal Growth,HUM014000-HUMOR / Topic / Religion

About The Author:

JAY PAYLEITNER is a dad. But he pays his mortgage and feeds his family working as a freelance writer, speaker, ad man, and radio producer with credits including Josh McDowell Radio, WordPower, Jesus Freaks Radio, The Phyllis Schlafly Report, and Today’s Father with Carey Casey. Jay served as the Executive Director for the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative and is a producer/ writer/blogger for The National Center for Fathering. Jay is the author of 16 books including the best-selling 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad. Jay and his high school sweetheart, Rita, have four sons, one daughter, and four daughters-in-law and live in St. Charles, Illinois. In the last two years, two grandsons have given Jay a new title: “Gramps.”

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