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A Field Guide For The Hero's Journey

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Jeff Sandefer, Rev. Robert A. Sirico
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Published on February 23rd, 2016
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Do you feel trapped, bored, stuck in a meaningless routine? It may be you think you’re too ordinary to ever do something special. Perhaps you’re afraid that if you try, you’ll fail. The startling truth is this: Just about anyone can do great things, can live a life that’s remarkable, purposeful, excellent, and yes, even heroic. If you want to be a hero, you can be. How? That’s what this book is all about. Will you choose to do it? Will you decide to journey heroically, instead of spending your life merely marking time? If so, this is the book for you. Welcome to your heroic journey
  • Jeff Sandefer

    Jeff Sandefer is an entrepreneur, a teacher and an educational innovator. As an entrepreneur, he started his first company at age 16; recently he sold Sandefer Capital Partners, an energy investment firm with several billion dollars in assets. As an education innovator, ten years ago Jeff and a group of successful entrepreneur-teachers started the Acton School of Business – named after the Victorian scholar of freedom, Lord Acton, who most famously said, “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” The school is dedicated to serving America’s next generation of principled entrepreneurs. Acton is famous for its 100-hour work weeks, and the Princeton Review – the gold standard for business school rankings – has consistently ranked Acton’s teachers, students and program as one of the top MBA programs in the country. More recently, Jeff and his wife started Acton Academy, a low cost elementary school that has been drawing national attention as one of the leaders in blended and project based learning.

    Jeff has been a longtime board member of National Review magazine, the Texas Public Policy Foundation, the Philanthropy Roundtable and the Harvard Business School. He belongs to the Mont Pelerin Society and is one of the youngest people ever elected to the Texas Business Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Laura, have three children, Taite, Charlie and Sam.

  • Rev. Robert A. Sirico

    Rev. Robert A. Sirico is a parish priest and author of Defending the Free Market. As president of the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, he has spoken to Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant groups, to secular and religious university audiences, and to pastors and political leaders around the world. A tireless defender of economic freedom and entrepreneurship, Rev. Sirico emphasizes that God made us to be free, creative, and responsible, and any system that undermines that purpose will also undermine human flourishing. His essays have appeared in the New York Times, National Review, Crisis, Forbes, and the Wall Street Journal.

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