Abundant Progress – Maximising the gradual steps of the journey

(2 customer reviews)


ISBN Number (Paperback) – 978-1739899813
ISBN Number (Hardback) – 978-1739899820
Language: English
Paperback: 118 pages
Dimensions: 15.24 x 0.76 x 22.86 cm



Abundance is vast. Progress is gradual. Put them together and it will take you on a journey. Abundant Progress is the ability to achieve greatness with the impact on progress being steady. Dedicated to the reader that is intentional about the essence of life and the valuable lessons learnt along the way, Abundant Progress brings awareness that challenges are inevitable as it increases tenacity and a growth-mindset that’s able to pivot and discover the hidden greatness within. The reader will learn how to embrace and welcome steady seasons of growth and understand the importance of being expectantly positioned mentally for expansion and not to remain complacent. The abundant life commences where gold is tested in the fire so that impurities are burned away, ready to produce a desired outcome. This shouldn’t take away the focus on enjoying the present moment, but taking each day as key lessons of elevation, preparation and perseverance. Living an abundant life requires working on your inner-character to build an asset-mindset. Be confident that abundant progress starts in you whilst embracing the gradual steps of the journey.

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2 reviews for Abundant Progress – Maximising the gradual steps of the journey

  1. RJ

    The book has been written with an encouraging focus for the reader. It has been such a great topic that supports genuine progress and I highly recommend getting a copy.

    • Esther Jacob

      Thank you, Ruth for reading our book Abundant Progress and glad it has been an encouragement to you.

  2. Winnie

    Before this book, I was working at a pace wanting things before yesterday and getting to a point where it was affecting my mental health. After the book launch and reading this, it was a rain-check of my mental and helped me slow down and delayed gratification is better than rushing. Thank you for writing this Esther – advice that many will benefit from.

    • Esther Jacob

      Thank you Winnie for your contribution – we appreciate it and hope you enjoy the rest of our books.

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