"With his trademark warmth, wisdom and wit, Jakes will inspire you to quit procrastinating and start flying to new heights. If you're ready to take the next step in your career, life and dreams, this book could be the breakthrough you've been waiting for."
―Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, nominated by TIME magazine as one of the top 100 influential leaders in America
As a 30-year entrepreneur, we have technical books to tell us how to start a new business and motivational books to inspire us in pursuit of our dreams. But no book I've read has ever combined the two the way T.D. Jakes does in Soar! Drawing on many personal examples and focusing on the rapid growth of new ventures started by women, Jakes synchronizes information with inspiration to create a perfect set of wings for all dreamers wanting to get off the ground.
―Hattie Hill, President & CEO, Women's Foodservice Forum
"[T.D. Jakes] is uniquely gifted to help anyone determine and navigate their life into a deeper more successful experience...
DESTINY is the road and reading is the way to access your purpose and arrive at a fuller more complete life, career and family experience."
―Tony Robbins, on Destiny"We can always count on a word from God through Bishop Jakes that will not only inspire us but will speak growth to our souls."―Tyler Perry, bestselling author, actor, and award-winning filmmaker"One of the nation's most popular evangelists--and quite possibly the smartest."―USA TODAY"This book is AMAZING, it unlocks so many doors and answers so many real questions you can have about your destiny and what life can hold for you.... This book would have saved me a bunch of lost days."―Steve Harvey, on Destiny"Destiny drove Moses from obscurity to immortality; destiny took Joseph from betrayal to royalty; destiny took David from a shepherd's field to the palace. Bishop T.D. Jakes, in his masterful presentation of "Destiny," charts a divine path that will renew your dreams and transform your future."―John Hagee, on Destiny