Hans Finzel, CEO of the nonprofit WorldVenture, was ready to quit. His three-page resignation letter was written. But before sending it, he decided to study the life of Moses. Having read everything by and about Moses in the entire Bible, Finzel sat down and created a top 10 list of the things Moses did in leadership. And then, rather than quitting his position, he took the lessons of Moses and applied them. Then, as Aaron might say, out came this book.
Caleb Nelson wrote: The publisher categorizes Finzel‚Äôs work as ‚ÄúReligion/Christian Life/Professional Growth,‚ÄĚ and it will only appeal to readers equally interested in all three of those. Its niche in the vast throng of business books is relatively simple: It is an autobiographically heavy book with an evangelical, quasi-mystical, and even devotional flavor, targeted to pastors as well as businessmen. Thus, it contains suggestions on daily prayer times and on how to take vacations.