About the Book
Imagine a new American renaissance. Imagine a strong American spirit, revitalized by the common-sense virtues and success principles of the past. Imagine that you have an important, essential role to play in making it happen. Evergreen (50 Inspirational Life Lessons) is your guidebook.
This beautiful hardcover book delivers timeless wisdom first broadcast on the Inspirational Living podcast — one of the world’s most popular motivational podcasts, with over 1 million downloads.
Evergreen's inspirational life lessons have been adapted from works written by some of history’s most eloquent and powerful self-development authors, including Ralph Waldo Emmerson, William George Jordan, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Booker T. Washington, Hellen Keller, Napoleon Hill, Orison Swett Marden, and James Allen.
Some of the lessons you will learn while reading these inspirational essays are:
• How to Be Happy Under Any Circumstance
• The Secrets of All Successful People
• The Importance of Character Building
• Why Good Manners & Kindness Matter
• How to Live a Life Worthwhile
• & Much More
Evergreen also includes a convenient Notes section at the end where you can write down your favorite inspirational quotes from the book, as well as other insights.
This special collection is only available in hardcover, and thus will remain a treasured source of inspiration to be read and enjoyed — again and again.
Buyers may wish to purchase several copies today, because Evergreen’s life lessons make for a wonderful Christmas present, as well as the perfect gift for milestone birthdays, and high school and college graduations.
The Inspirational Living podcast is a production of The Living Hour. We produce motivational broadcasts for the mind, body, and spirit. Master the art of living a life of success, happiness, creativity, and beauty. Each podcast is edited & adapted from the books and essays of classic inspirational writers, such as Kahlil Gibran, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Helen Keller, Oscar Wilde, James Allen, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Orison Swett Marden, Neville Goddard, and Henry David Thoreau, as well as self-development authors who have largely been lost to history but deserve to be heard again and enjoyed. Subscribe to our inspirational podcast for the sophisticated and literary listener to receive new free podcasts every week. Live up to the potential of your highest self.