Doing Good, Great Hardback
11 Secrets to Living Beyond Ordinary
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Doing Good, Great
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“In Doing Good, Great, Pastor George has captured the true essence of these Orlando leaders and shares their unique qualities that propel them to the next level. Pastor George himself is truly one of these great leaders. . . . While this book shares the stories of some of Orlando’s most impactful leaders publicly, the fact is, every day they do good, Great while no one is watching. This book will inspire you and encourage you to serve others in a way that will leave a lasting impact.” Buddy Dyer, Mayor, Orlando, Florida
“Scott George has been an inspiration to me and so many in Central Florida by modeling the living out of the Gospel through “doing good” (The Great Commandment) and sharing the life-changing message of the Gospel—“good news” (The Great Commission). The Community Food and Outreach Center and Scott are shining lights in our community.” Jack McGill, President, Elevate Orlando
“If anyone is qualified to give secrets to living beyond ordinary, it is Scott George. On his own personal journey of stewardship in his community, Scott obviously has many uplifting and exciting stories to tell about his successes and the successful people he meets along the way. He humbly quotes others as being “wiser people” than himself, yet the wisdom he provides and the compassion he adds to back it up are life-changing!” Bill Mills, Florida Prosperity Partnership
You Were Born for Greatness...to Leave a Beyond Ordinary Legacy
There are leaders who do good, Great and make a lasting impact on the world while leaving an enduring legacy that will inspire generations to come...and there are those who do not. What sets them apart?
In Doing Good, Great: 11 Secrets to Living Beyond Ordinary, leadership authority Scott George, author of the powerfully inspiring books Living Beyond Ordinary: Discovering Authentic Significance and Purpose and GPS: Guiding Principles for Success, explores the lives of renowned and respected local and international leaders and reveals eleven key qualities and practices that make them great. You will discover life-changing truths and principles from great leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela, Bill Gates, and many others who achieved greatness by doing good, Great.
Have you believed for years you were meant to live for so much more, but continued to settle for an ordinary life? Or, are you looking for a new level of living a beyond ordinary life? In Doing Good, Great, you will be inspired by the lives of those who refused to be average and encouraged to make an awesome impact on your world, just like them, and to live a life beyond ordinary.
Nonprofit pioneer, speaker, and author Scott George has been a passionate and compassionate visionary and innovator in the church and nonprofit world for over thirty years. His unique ability to communicate leadership principles and insights has motivated and inspired groups of all sizes. He has traveled the world, bringing hope and help everywhere he goes through philanthropic and humanitarian campaigns and outreaches. He currently serves as senior pastor of Pine Castle United Methodist Church in Orlando, Florida, and is the cofounder of Community Food and Outreach Center in downtown Orlando, an innovative, cutting-edge nonprofit facility that serves thousands of families each month with food, medical care, crisis intervention and education.
Doing Good, Great by Scott George was published by By George Publishing in September 2015. The ISBN for Doing Good, Great is 9781940243825.
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|Author / Artist||Scott George|
|Publisher||By George Publishing (September 2015)|
|Number of Pages||314|
|Page last updated||23rd June 2017|