The mission of our company is to help others to cultivate a good life and record it. When it comes to recording life’s memories, we’ve created a system that helps people bring their photos and stories together in a very easy way (Project Life®). When it comes to cultivating a good life, we share weekly blog posts from a variety of guests from all walks of life who share their thoughts on this subject. I regularly share my own quotes about what I believe it means to cultivate a good life — as well as quotes from others — on social media.
If I were to pin down one main source of inspiration in my own personal life that has guided me in knowing how to cultivate the life I want for me and for my family, it is hands-down this book. My favorite book. The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ. This inspired book of scripture is a companion to the Holy Bible and testifies of Jesus Christ who I look to as the ultimate example of how to be, how to act, how to treat others, and how to live. There are answers to life’s most difficult questions in these pages. I try to read from the Book of Mormon each day (by myself and with my family) and the amount of peace and clarity that come from studying God’s words is exactly what I need to cultivate the best life possible. Gordon B. Hinckley said, “[The Book of Mormon] narrative is a chronicle of nations long since gone. But in its descriptions of the problems of today’s society it is as current as the morning newspaper and much more definitive, inspired, and inspiring concerning the solutions to those problems.”
Because I personally gain so much from reading The Book of Mormon, I’d love for you to have a copy of this book too — and completely free! Click on the link and leave your information there. (Side note: We used to send them directly from our office but our web form invited quite a lot of spam so it makes a lot more sense to do it this way. Plus, I totally know that you’ll receive a copy of the Book of Mormon if you sincerely have an interest.) Whether you’re deeply interested in understanding more about our purpose here on earth or simply curious about the cornerstone of the religion so near and dear to my heart, I hope you’ll accept this gift.