In life, it is important how we begin, and how we continue. But ultimately, it is how we finish that really matters. Some of us have begun well. Some of us have continued well. But how will we finish? Will we finish well, or will we finish badly?
“This book highlights the fact that biographical study is highly profitable for leadership insights. David Wong writes well, using apt illustrations, appropriately using humour, sharing his personal experiences, and identifying insightful leadership principles.
“He does so while examining 13 Biblical characters, deriving both positive and negative observations from incidents in their lives. The overarching theme involves the concept of finishing well—chapters in a life and/or the entire life. I recommend this book as a highly valuable leadership book.”
— Prof J. Robert “Bobby” Clinton, Professor of Leadership, Fuller Theological Seminary