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The Ruth Factor

The Ruth Factor

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Don’t you want to become the best YOU that you can be?

The story of Ruth is more than folklore.  It contains secrets to living a successful life.  The Book of Ruth tells the story of two homeless widows, Ruth and her mother-in-law, Naomi.

Ruth was a foreigner, an outsider learning to survive in a new land.  By studying her life we can learn much about living well.  The Ruth Factor explores the character traits necessary for creating your own best life.

 

This 80-page E-book explores the qualities that can draw greater success and contentment into your life. 

You already have what it takes to live your best life.  It’s inside you, just waiting to blossom and grow.

 

By studying Ruth’s journey, you can strengthen and develop the same characteristics and life skills to become the person you secretly yearn to be.

 

One of the keys to your Best Life is “Action”.  Step out NOW.  Say  “YES” to yourself.

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Take lessons from one of the most famous women in history . . .

The story of Ruth is more than folklore. It contains secrets to living a successful life. The Book of Ruth tells the story of two homeless widows, Ruth and her mother-in-law, Naomi. Ruth was a foreigner, an outsider learning to survive in a new land. By studying her life we can learn much about living well. The Ruth Factor explores the character traits necessary for creating your own best life.

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  •  Learn how attitude affects your success … and how to stay positive in negative circumstances.
  • Learn how to focus on your love walk to draw Blessings into your life.
  • Find courage to face your fears … and WIN!
  • Use gratitude to draw more abundance into your life.
  • Discover six additional life skills that, properly applied, will bring you personal success.

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Are you ready for … ?

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  • Greater peace and well-being?
  • Increased self-assurance?
  • Courage to face your fears?
  • Action steps to guide you along life’s journey?

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The Ruth Factor was written with YOU in mind. In it, we will explore ten Keys for successful living. These are the FACTORS, the character traits, that Ruth developed and used to move herself from homeless widow to wealthy matriarch. They are the same factors that the author used to develop from reclusive introvert to public speaker, motivator, counselor and compassionate coach.

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This book was created to inspire and motivate you. By following the principles it teaches, you can become the person you want to be.

Changing yourself will change your world.

I know.

It happened to me.

As I look back on my life, I can see the gentle progression to the person I am today. I was once extremely shy. Almost everyone
scared or intimidated me.

I hid in my dorm room for months after my dad dropped me off the beginning of my freshman year. I was so grateful to come
home for Thanksgiving – even if it was only for a few days.

I took the first job I was offered because I was petrified of interviews.

When my daughter asked me to become her Brownie Leader, I panicked. Me in charge? A Leader? I just couldn’t see myself in that role. But I did it anyway, and grew in the process. I discovered I was more capable than I thought.

Slowly, with each new book, training, seminar, and experience, I became more and more of the person I so desperately wanted to be. God has led me on a wonderful journey called My Life.

This book is another step in my own personal evolvement. It’s also a way for me to widen the circle of blessing by sharing these gifts of encouragement and knowledge.

The principles in this book, when applied, will lead you to a better life. Read, meditate on what you learn, then apply Ruth Factors to your own life. BE BLESSED.

~ Ruth Seebeck,
Author of The Ruth Factor

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