Steve Gilliland

In ENJOY THE RIDE, author Steve Gilliland shares from his heart HOW TO EXPERIENCE THE TRUE JOY OF LIFE. A popular national speaker, Steve has changed the lives of thousands who have heard him. Translated to book form, his philosophy centers on the simple premise that true success is not a thing you acquire or achieve. Rather, it is a journey you take your whole life long. Beginning with the compelling challenge to “Check Your Passion,” Steve ignites people’s ability to choose what they do, why they do it, and who they do it with. In his refreshingly straightforward style, Steve Gilliland shares unique insights into what it means to be successful. He enables readers to identify their dreams and puts genuine success within their reach. Add his humor and brilliant advantage of mixing words with wisdom, and Steve brings forth a book that truly motivates a reader to make changes and believe in the power of positive thinking. Success is not limited to those with financial resources or special talents. It is available to anyone willing to learn a few practical principles and then follow through with them day to day. All who read this book will be glad they got their hands on it.

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About the Author

A member of the Speaker Hall 
of Fame, Steve Gilliland is one
 of the most sought-after and 
top-rated speakers in the world. 
Recognized as a
 master storyteller and brilliant 
comedian, he can be heard daily on SiriusXM Radio’s 
Laugh USA and Blue Collar Radio. Steve is a prolific, accomplished author, evidenced by four of his books—Enjoy The Ride, Making a Difference, Hide Your Goat and Detour— perennially making the publisher’s bestseller list and his being named Author of the Year. Speaking to more than 250,000 people a year, he influences the lives of millions through his presentations, books, CDs and DVDs.

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