22 Life Lessons And Quotes From A Story Worth Living

A Reel Leadership Article

Many years ago, my life was touched by a special book. That book was Wild At Heart by John Eldredge.

The message pulled at my heart. It pulled at my spirit. This book made me believe there was more to life than watching TV, playing video games, and being alone. My life was meant to be a story.

That same message is true today. And that’s why I was stoked to see John Eldredge and his sons were releasing a special one-night-only movie release called A Story Worth Living.

You have a story worth living

Image courtesy: A Story Worth Living

Catch the trailer below to see what it was all about.

While there was that excitement, there was also some trepidation. Ideas like this don’t always translate well to film.

Within moments, that fear went away. This was a movie that was worth watching.

6 Books Leaders Should Read By The End Of The Year

I find myself reading quite a bit these days. I’m trying to find a balance between fiction and non-fiction titles but have found myself still leaning heavily towards non-fiction books. This probably has to do with my desire to continue to grow as a leader. I hope you have the same desire.

If you have the desire to continue learning, I’ve put together a great list of 6 books every leader should read by the end of the year. Each of these books have a special place in my leadership journey. I hope they’ll find a place in yours as well.

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