The Next Level: A Parable of Finding Your Place in Life

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Crown Publishing Group, May 20, 2008 - Religion
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Business degree in hand, Logan enters the immense Universal Systems building and is hired as an organizational analyst — a trouble-shooter. His job: evaluate the company’s five divisions, each on a separate level and each operating on startlingly unique principles. Which set of principles is successful? Why is most of the company’s profit generated by one tiny division? What is real profit, anyway? And who is the enigmatic executive that Logan ends up reporting to?

Logan engages in a life-changing pursuit for The Next Level–a fascinating parable that will help you answer some of life’s most perplexing and vital questions. Joining Logan in evaluating each level’s approach, you’ll be inspired to consider the big picture of your own life from an entirely different perspective — one that holds the key to life’s ultimate purpose. No matter where you are now, get ready to embark on your own passionate pursuit of The Next Level.
 

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Review: The Next Level: A Parable of Finding Your Place in Life

User Review  - Dru Kolb - Christianbook.com

I found it insightful as regards to actions of others in a corporate setting. It breaks down the true value of each person's commitment on a spiritual level and how they apply it. When not aligned ... Read full review

Review: The Next Level: A Parable of Finding Your Place in Life

User Review  - Nora - Christianbook.com

Another special and profoundly unique book from David Gregory that features Logan an organizational Analyst this is his dream job he is so thankful to have. He basically trouble shoots each level ... Read full review

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David Gregory is the author of the best-selling books Dinner with a Perfect Stranger and A Day with a Perfect Stranger, and coauthor of two nonfiction books. After a ten-year business career, he returned to school to study religion and communications, earning graduate degrees from The University of North Texas and Dallas Theological Seminary. A native Texan, David now devotes himself to writing full time.

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