I just finished this book, and surprisingly, the time I had. I'm probably the book for a few years, he left in 2007, I was a serial buyer's book. I go to Barnes and Noble or Amazon, and will look around and find a great book, buy it, and then never read.
If you have not heard of Brendon Burchard, he is actually a very successful speaker, author and entrepreneur, and a pretty early age (I think he was a little more than 30 years). But his life was not always so great.
Like many of us, he had his struggles. In fact, he was in a very bad car accident about 13 years ago in a developing country, and nearly died. His friend was driving, and they're doing about 85 miles per hour on a winding road. Suddenly, they hit the retaining wall and flew over the edge.
Miraculously, he was able to leave the car, all bloody and bruised, but alive. He says that during those seconds the car was flying in the air and spinning again and again on the ground, his life was replayed before his eyes. When he got out of the car, standing on top of the hood, he looked up and said, "Oh, God, thank you. -. Thank you for a second chance, I promise, I'll get it, "
While the book from the & # 39 is for a second chance, it's not so much about his second chance. The book is actually a parable about a man who goes to the amusement park in search of answers to why the accident occurred. I will not give away too much of the story, but suffice it to say that it gets answers, but not the way he expected. The main character has the ability to look at past experience in my life from the perspective of another person, and finds out that he could have done differently.
This is one of the best books that I read at that time about leadership and life changes. Parable with & # 39 is outstanding, and I was glued to it. It is 203 pages, and I think I finished it for about 5 hours in two days, so it's fast, easy to read.  Brandon says, "We all three questions, when we die, I lived, and I have loved, and I do not matter? "This book goes beyond these issues, looking at the main characters of the past, present and future. And, of course, it has a surprisingly happy ending.
With 5 stars, Leadership doctor gives this one 5 stars.