Life's Greatest Lessons: 20 Things That Matter

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Simon and Schuster, 2005 - Self-Help - 211 pages
Find the best -- in the world, in others, and in yourself.

How do we cultivate our character? What can we do, which choices can we make, to ensure that we create lives full of value and morality?

In his wise, wonderful book, "Life's Greatest Lessons," Hal Urban presents twenty principles that serve as a foundation for building a life of which you can be proud. The lessons he shares are as deeply rooted in common sense as they are in compassion. The topics, gathered from Hal's experiences as a parent and an award-winning teacher of both children and adults, span a wide range of readily understood concepts, including attitudes about money, understanding the real meaning of success, and the importance of having fun.

Whether you are searching for a long-overdue starting point for becoming the person you always hoped to be or seek another source of inspiration to affirm your choice to lead a praiseworthy life, Hal Urban's message of fundamental goodness will satisfy that need.

Classic in its simplicity and enduring in its appeal, "Life's Greatest Lessons" helps us all rediscover that the desire to live a good life is timeless.


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Success Is More Than Making Money
Life Is Hard and Not Always Fair
Life Is Also Fun and Incredibly Funny
We Live by Choice Not by Chance
Attitude Is a Choicethe Most Important One Youll Ever Make
Habits Are the Key to All Success
Being Thankful Is a Habitthe Best One Youll
Good People Build Their Lives on a Foundation of Respect
Honesty Is Still the Best Policy
Kind Words Cost Little but Accomplish Much
Real Motivation Comes from Within
Goals Are Dreams with Deadlines
Theres No Substitute for Hard Work
Successful People Dont Find Time
Its OK to FailEveryone Else Has

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About the author (2005)

Hal Urban was a high school teacher for many years and also taught at the University of San Francisco. He is a well-known leader in the Character Education movement and is in constant demand as a speaker at national conferences and school and community events. He raised three sons as a single father, and now lives in Redwood City, California, with his wife, Cathy.

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