Meet Josh, an up and comer in his company who has lost his passion at work. Challenged by his boss to take two weeks and decide if he really wants to work there, Josh takes off for the country, where he meets a wise farmer who gives him a seed and a promise: find the right place to plant the seed, and his purpose will be revealed.
As Josh travels the country to decide where to plant his seed, you'll find surprising new sources of wisdom and encouragement in your own work and life.
If you are searching for your purpose and are ready to leave your mark on the world, then plant this seed of inspiration in your life!
Bestselling author Jon Gordon has inspired countless people in business, education, professional sports, and ministries to work with more passion and purpose, and in his new inspiring fable he shares powerful insights and proven truths to find purpose and happiness in your life and work.
Jon Gordon tells a heartwarming story in "The Seed".
Josh has lost has passion. He used to be a superstar, but now he is in danger of losing his job. Read more
Enjoyed it personally and I'm using material from it with older high school students as we begin to address the notions of purpose and passion in our livesPublished 1 month ago by Michael Yoakum
Easy read, great inspiring book! Jon Gordon is a great author. I'll be using this book with my staff this year.Published 2 months ago by Bianca Shaughnessy
Another positive learning book by Jon Gordon... It's all in the little things...I'm learning every time and they're just such great stories.. thank you!Published 3 months ago by erica waasdorp
Not exactly what I thought I would read! Gave me a different perspective on finding your purpose! Very good information!Published 3 months ago by Robert Hayes
I've been a fan of Jon Gordon's work for some time. He has a great gift for crafting poignant stories in a vehicle which is a quick read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel M Marbes
The Seed starts out appearing to be a simple easy quick read, but appearances can be decieving. I found the "seed" of the story brings clarity to finding ones purpose.Published 4 months ago by s h stevens