At the website 48days.com Christian founder Dan Miller offers articles and products which help one “Find work you’ll love in 48 days”. Through his strategies you can find your calling and get out of a job you loath. His calling must be inspiring hope with systematic formulas, MP3 files and tele-classes. Ah, I find a role model at last!
When visiting the site you might also discover something as I did. Most of the place is devoted to selling his empowering products or signing up new members. It’s an empire of sorts, with some great graphic elements of design if I may say so. It seems so many of us crave to find our calling that inventive entrepreneurs like Dan Miller can and have made prosperous livings simply by feeding those cravings and instructing the unfulfilled.
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