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This Is the Moment!

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This transformative work is about to take you on one man’s extraordinary journey of gratitude. Over the course of a year, Walter Green traveled throughout the United States (and even abroad) to visit 44 of the people who have significantly impacted his life at various stages—be it as a young man trying to find his way in the world, a businessman building his career and fam

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Published October 15th 2010
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Courtney
Dec 13, 2010 Courtney rated it it was ok
Book started with good premise - reconnect with 44 people who have had major impact on author's life journey. However, it seemed to me to be a little self serving and I ended up just skimming through it.
Christine Bode
Jun 08, 2011 Christine Bode rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Publisher: Hay House
Released: 2010
Pages: 240
ISBN-10: 1401928080
ISBN-13: 978-1401928087
Stars: 4.0

This Is The Moment! How One Man’s Yearlong Journey Captured the Power of Extraordinary Gratitude is a Hay House publication which means it’s both spiritual in intention as well as inspirational.

Walter Green is an accomplished businessman who was Chairman of the Board and CEO of Harrison Conference Services for 25 years. He has been a member of many different organizations in his lifetime and he’s well
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Mandy
Apr 28, 2011 Mandy rated it did not like it
Our words and actions affect other people, just as those of others affect our lives. We often go through life without letting others know just how much of a positive impact they have had on our lives. In his book, This Is the Moment!: How One Man's Yearlong Journey Captured the Power of Extraordinary Gratitude, Walter Green vowed to change that as he went on a year long journey to tell the people how they mattered to him. It's a beautiful concept, but the need for a book fails to show itself. I' ...more
Mike
Jul 14, 2015 Mike rated it it was ok
I think that the gratitude concept is an important idea, however with that in mind I am not that impressed with this book.
Christopher Benassi
Feb 11, 2013 Christopher Benassi rated it it was amazing
This is an honest and inspiring act of closure with all those who helped Walter achieve his current position in life. I will definitely show my gratitude and carry this forward into the future
Tflinn
Dec 31, 2013 Tflinn rated it liked it
Thought provoking on the concept of gratitude, I liked it
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