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''Money isn't bad, it's how you view it.'' We've often heard the misquote 'money is the root of all evil'. However, it's not the money that's inherently bad, but the love of money, or greed, that is the root of evil. Esther Irwin is at a stage in life where many are counting their pennies and thinking about how to use their money for themselves, but she has another outlook on what money can buy.
In this month's feature video, Esther talks about the joy of giving and her passion for helping others in need. Do you have favorite causes and charities you like giving to? Is giving just for the rich?
Chances are you've never had your face immortalized on a postage stamp or been invited to a private reception with the Queen. But LeaderImpact Group's Paul Henderson has.
On Wednesday June 23, 2010, Paul Henderson made history again.
The hockey legend is well known for scoring the winning goal for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series against the former Soviet Union. Now, the jersey he wore when scoring that goal in the final game of the series has been sold for $1.275 million at an auction. According to the Toronto Star, that makes this jersey the most expensive piece of hockey memorabilia sold, beating the previous auction record of $191,200 paid for a Bobbie Orr rookie jersey.
Learn more about Paul as he shares his thoughts on life, leadership, and God. Read about the journey he went on to experience the greatest moment in his life.