Many of us dream of living a richer and more significant life-the kind of fulfilling life that, when rated on the scale of one to ten, would score a definitive ten. Inviting us to discover the TEN Life is the theme of TEN: How Would You Rate Your Life? by Terry A. Smith. Smith has a passion for challenging and encouraging others, especially those who are completely unaware of their own unique power and potential.
TEN is about grasping God's dream for our lives and then taking the necessary action to make that dream come true. Within the pages of TEN, Smith offers sound advice and gives the reader seven inspired steps specifically designed to lead to a better life: awaken, discover, imagine, grow, act, lead and go.
All of us desire a better life than we have now, whether we are in the depths of despair or riding the crest of a wave of success. We all want more-more fulfillment, more joy, more satisfaction, more significance. TEN will challenge readers to partner with God in the fulfillment of their own destinies, define their "circles of change" and watch what happens. In addition, TEN helps readers to see the essential link between getting better at your life and helping others get better at theirs. Don't settle Want more Now is the time to move toward living TEN
"If you are as passionate as I am about creating a better world, then this book will instruct and inspire you. Terry's ideas have motivated and helped me. You are going to love TEN." --Cory Booker, Mayor, Newark, NJ
Terry A. Smith is lead pastor of The Life Christian Church in West Orange, New Jersey, which is only 12 miles from Times Square. It is considered to be one of the most diverse churches in the world, with members from over 75 communities and representing over 50 nationalities. Terry is a member of the board of the New York Leadership Center, where he is an instructor in its Leadership Fellows Program, he is also a gifted speaker on both the national and international levels, encouraging others to become leaders in their own circles of influence.