Winning After the Game

How to Win in Your Life No Matter Who You Are or What You've Been Through

Setema Gali

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Some people feel that life's a game. If happiness and fulfillment seem out of reach, many need to know something: their dreams are still attainable. Setema Gali went from Super Bowl champion to door-to-door salesman, and had to sell his Super Bowl ring just to put food on the table for his family. But he bounced back and overcame the obstacles that stood between him and the prosperous life he wanted for his family, and in Winning After the Game, he tells how he did it and how anyone else can do it too.

Setema Gali is a former Super Bowl Champion with the New England Patriots of the NFL. During college, he was an All-Conference defensive end and team captain at Brigham Young University. Since retiring from the NFL, he's built world-class businesses and teams in the areas of mortgages and real estate, direct sales, consulting, coaching and mentoring. He has trained under and worked with the top coaches in the personal performance and business development fields. He is the creator and leader of the Prosperity Revolution-a movement of men and women across the globe who are ruthlessly committed to living powerfully and creating results that matter. At the age of 19, he volunteered for a two-year church mission serving the people of Chuuk-a remote island nation in the South Pacific. He currently resides in Orange County California with his wife Laina and three sons, Zion, Izrael and Judah. He considers the opportunity to be a loving husband and a proud father as his greatest blessing.


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Seitenzahl 185 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 31.12.2020
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781683504894
Verlag Morgan James Publishing
Dateigröße 1255 KB


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