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Monday Morning Atheist: Why We Switch God…

Monday Morning Atheist: Why We Switch God Off at Work and How You Fix It

by Doug Spada

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983962804, Paperback)

Monday Morning Atheist (noun) Definition:
Someone who believes in God but who works like He does not exist.
It's an easy thing to believe in God but work like He doesn't exist - switching God off. You are most likely struggling with Monday Morning Atheism right now without even knowing it. The revolutionary new book, Monday Morning Atheist, provides insights on this struggle and ways to stop the switch.
Find Peace, Purpose, and Power in your work, today!
What you get with this book:
1.  A 5 week journey to greater fulfillment at work.
2.  Free Monday Morning Assessment - Find your unique work issues.
3.  30 days of free tools to help you change the patterns that cause "Monday Morning Atheism."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:30 -0400)

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