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A spiritual yet prescriptive approach to reverse the phenomenon called "The Big Lie"."The Big Lie" n: a life filled with material wealth and status with an underlying feeling of discontent and a desire for more meaning and connection.The last of the more than 80 million Baby Boomers in North America will soon be past the age of forty. This group has enjoyed an unprecedented period of successful employment and material acquisition. However, now as the "Me Generation" enters midlife and are looking toward retirement, they're reflecting on the real value of success. In many cases, they're successful, but not happy. Stan Sanderson, known as the Spiritual Coach, knows why they're dissatisfied because he's studied this phenomenon, which he calls "The Big Lie."Using the prescriptive program he's used to help others integrate their material gains with spiritual rewards, he guides readers toward a more fulfilling life using 7 Spiritual Strategies. By using this proven formula, readers will go from living a "Big Lie" to a Big Life., A spiritual, prescriptive approach for people of the baby boomer generations that reverses the phenomenon of discontent called The Big Liea life filled and lived with extrinsic wealth, status, and success, yet overwhelming dissatisfaction, emptiness, and relentless search for meaning., Listen to Stan Sanderson on Web Talk Radio as he explains the meaning of his book, the Big Lie. Bringing Joy to Material Success! You've accomplished a lot. Achieved success in your career, acquired many of your most desired possessions, scratched a number of your itches, and fulfilled most of your earlier dreams. You're well on your way to where you have been trying to be for so long, and now your question is, Why do I continue to feel that something is missing? Stan Sanderson, founder of the Spiritual Coach Program, says that many successful people feel this way. He calls the cause of emerging from a lifelong journey of success that is void of true fulfillment 'The Big Lie.' As Sanderson explains in this timely and hope-filled book, you've been buying into the Big Lie your whole life. This doctrine teaches that happiness comes from things, status, and outside validation--and Sanderson breaks down the phenomenon as it pertains to your life and offers his 7 Spiritual Strategies to help you integrate your material gains with spiritual rewards. The result? You will recognize the detrimental effects of the Big Lie and begin to enjoy the blessings of all that has been missing in your life! While you have been fortunate in gaining ground in career, wealth, status, and materialism, Sanderson offers you the guidance to transform this type of success into a much deeper, more spiritual, more connected success that will complement your spirit and help you discover true joy, happiness, and freedom beyond material success., The last of the over 80 million Baby Boomers in North America will soon be past the age of forty. This is a group that has enjoyed an unprecedented period of successful employment and material acquisition. However, now as the "Me Generation" enters mid-life and are looking toward retirement, they're reflecting on the real value of this same success. In many cases, they're successful, but not happy. Something is amiss. Stan Sanderson-better known as The Spiritual Coach-has studied this phenomenon and calls the life of seeking material success and status "The Big Lie" that many people have bought into and are now perplexed about what it is that will actually make them happy. In his highly philosophical and prescriptive book The Big Lie, Sanderson teaches The Spiritual and Seven Strategies based on seven concepts and designed to help people discover and live a fulfilling life., The more than 80 million Baby Boomers in North America comprise a generation that has achieved and enjoyed an unprecedented period of successful employment and material acquisition. However, now as they entermid-life andlook toward retirement, they're reflecting on the real value of this same success. In many cases, they're successful, but not happy. Something is amiss. Stan Sanderson better known as The Spiritual Coach has studied this phenomenon and calls the life of seeking material success and status 'The Big Lie' that many people have been driven toward and are now perplexed about what it is that will actually make them happy. Using the prescriptive program he'staught others to help them integrate their material gains with spiritual rewards, Sanderson teaches The Spiritual Coach Program based on Seven Concepts and Seven Strategies and designed to help people discover and live a fulfililng life. By using this proven formula, readers will go from living The Big Lie to living A Big Life.


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