What would you do to inherit a million dollars? Would you be willing to change your life? Jason Stevens is about to find out in Jim Stovall’s The Ultimate Gift.
Red Stevens has died, and the older members of his family receive their millions with greedy anticipation. But a different fate awaits young Jason, whom Stevens, his great-uncle, believes may be the last vestige of hope in the family.
“Although to date your life seems to be a sorry excuse for anything I would call promising, there does seem to be a spark of something in you that I hope we can fan into a flame. For that reason, I am not making you an instant millionaire.”
What Stevens does give Jason leads to The Ultimate Gift. Young and old will take this timeless tale to heart.
About the Author
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Jim Stovall joined the ranks of Walt Disney, Orson Welles, and four United States presidents when he was selected as one of the “Ten Outstanding Young Americans” by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. He has appreared on “Good Morning America” and CNN, and has been featured in Readers Digest, TV Guide, and Time magazine. He is the author of previous books entitled You Don’t Have To Be Blind To See, Success Secrets of Super Achievers, and The Way I See The World, as well as his new book The Ultimate Gift. The President’s Committee on Equal Opportunity selected Jim Stovall as the 1997 Entrepreneur of the Year. In June of 2000, Jim Stovall joined notables such as former President Jimmy Carter, former first lady Nancy Reagan, and Mother Teresa when he received the International Humanitarian Award.