The Elephant in the Room by Robb D. Thompson
What Many See But Most Ignore

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“The elephant in the room” is a common idiom defined as “to avoid an obvious truth.” The “elephant” is the glaring reality that everyone sees and is aware of, but is shunned and avoided at all costs. That Elephant is Ethics.

In this book, you will learn the extent to which we, as a society, have morally regressed and what each of us can do to examine ourselves, change the course of our lives, and reclaim this nation in which we live. You will uncover practical principles that illustrate what it means to be a person of ethical character, and you will discover how to daily develop that treasure in your life.

You have the opportunity to shape your future and to become all that you were created to be. The outcome of your life rests upon how willingly you embrace truth and virtue — and how strongly you build your ethical foundation.

About Robb D. Thompson

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Author of more than fifteen compelling books, magazine articles, and countless audio and video resources, Dr. Robb Thompson is an exceptionally skilled relational and leadership strategist. Robb has dedicated his life to teaching ministers, training business executives, and mentoring government leaders, including heads of State, cabinet ministers, and royalty. His pragmatic, dynamic, and down-to-earth principles on success are equipping thousands in their pursuit of excellence. Dr. Robb Thompson also serves as Founder and President for the International College of Excellence, a fully accredited Christian university dedicated to maximizing personal potential, and equipping tomorrow's leaders. His television program, Winning in Life, is viewed by millions in the United States and around the world. Robb Thompson is the senior pastor of Family Harvest Church, one of America's most influential and productive churches. He has been happily married to his wife Linda for over thirty years.
Published January 1, 2012 by Harrison House. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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