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As seen on NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX. Over a billion people love his true story. Do you? To solve the problems of today, we must focus on tomorrow. In order to change the world, change must first start within ourselves. Change is a seed, nurtured through inspiration — inspiration in the examples of those who have succeeded before us. In the Model Businessman, the Phenomenal Philanthropists, the Just Military Commanders, the Influential Political Leaders, the Beloved Spouses, the Nurturing Parents, and the Ultimate Peacemakers.
But are there actually figures from whom we can gain broad and deep inspiration to effectively bring about change? How many people have influenced their community, their country, their continent, and our world by simultaneously holding all of the roles mentioned? How about even more than these roles? Is it even possible to find all of these positions held by a single person? What if I told you there was?
What if you did not have to look at thousands or hundreds or even ten figures to find all these traits? What if you could find all these qualities, what if you could find all this inspiration by looking at the life of just a single person? What if you could see, hear, understand, and carry out change from learning about a man who mastered all these roles plus more?
What if I told you about The Greatest Man of All Time: A Mercy to The World? The Greatest Man of All Time inspires 1.7 billion people in the world today.
The famous Michael Hart ranked The Greatest Man of All Time #1 in his book The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History. In a time when ignorance, corruption, and violence were rampant in society, he guided people to knowledge, justice, and peace. In a time when his country was very divided he brought an unparalleled level of unity within his nation and across other nations.
Even his enemies could only say good about him. Although he acquired wealth and fortunes that go beyond the dreams of kings, he gave it all away in charity to the poor, hungry, and those in need. Does he inspire you? Watch this week’s new episode to learn more
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