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The Robert Frost question that puts life into perspective - Ch. 20, Power Questions

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The Road Not Taken is a beautiful and often-quoted poem by Robert Frost. He writes that two roads have about equal quantities of leaves on them, although one seems a bit less traveled. He has a dilemma: Which choice is the right one?
Frost ends the poem with these famous lines: “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”
In the book Power Questions, Chapter 20 shares how the author was asked a powerful question about what his obituary would say. As one struggles to answer this, it can bring a transformation that dramatically changes the course of life.
"Power Questions: Build Relationships, Win New Business, and Influence Others," is the latest book from Andrew Sobel, the world's leading authority on building clients for life. The book will help you clarify your own mission, build your network, and strengthen the relationships with the key people in your life. Download free Power Tools resources at http://www.andrewsobel.com

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