"Deep down, I think all of us sense we were put on this planet to do something significant---to touch someone's life, to do some good," writes Mike Breaux. Again and again, he's seen the cannonball approach make that happen. "Water goes flying everywhere! The ripples go out, hit the side, and come back in...they just keep going and going, long after you made your initial splash."
In Making Ripples, you'll meet people whose lives have been changed by ripples---and who then created ripples of their own. A recovered gambler "ripples" on a desperate young stranger; a wine goddess in a Las Vegas casino "ripples" on her coworkers; and a grateful-to-be-changed redneck "ripples" on a former cocaine buddy. Then there's Nanny, who poured an incredible 103 years of love into her six daughters and their families and whose influence ripples down the generations.
So don't just dip your toe into the water. Jump in! Move beyond a life filled with "whatever" and the "same old, same old." Do something that will live on long after you're gone. As Mike Breaux reminds us, it's never too late to put yourself in the loving hands of the Destiny Maker and make a splash with your one and only life.