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Speaking of character great quotations that teach and inspire by Michael A. Mitchell

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Published by Plantation Printing Co. in Murrells Inlet, SC .
Written in English


  • Ethics,
  • Moral education

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Character, simply stated, is the ethical and moral structure of a person. Whether you choose to use the Ben Franklin method of acquiring a habit by focusing on one trait for thirty days, or simply use this book as a resource for daily reflection, the quotations can be a powerful influence in the development of your habits.

Edition Notes

Other titlesGreat quotations that teach and inspire
Statementby Michael A. Mitchell and William E. Wotring, PH. D.
The Physical Object
Pagination68 pages ;
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26334302M
ISBN 10188230103X
ISBN 109781882301034

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