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Love Hard

Discover how genuine intention and action can transform your ability to change the world.

by Jason Wren


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Softcover
$11.95
Hardcover
$28.95
E-Book
$4.99
Softcover
$11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/17/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781664221895
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781664221901
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781664221888

About the Book

Most of us have a fundamental misunderstanding of love. We think it is about us. We believe it is about how someone or something makes us feel. When something or someone fails to give us the positive feeling we want, we move on and look for something else. This type of love requires little effort. By making it about us, and how we feel, we miss the many opportunities presented to us every day to have lasting and meaningful impact. To truly love is hard. It is not a feeling, but an action. It requires us to be intentional and outwardly focused on others rather than internally focused on our own feelings. When we love hard, our lives have real, meaningful, lasting, positive impact on the world around us. In Love Hard, Jason Wren uses stories from his and others’ lives to show how all of us can learn to love hard and, thus, have significant and lasting impact.


About the Author

Jason Wren’s journey of figuring out how to love harder and have greater impact has taken him down many paths. After practicing law for over a decade, he decided he could have greater impact in the healthcare industry and became general counsel of a hospital system. He was later named President and CEO of that hospital system, which operates across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex area. It was an atypical career path to a hospital CEO position, but one taken in the name of learning how to love harder and find new and better ways to have positive impact. Jason also looks for ways to love others well outside of his career, such as founding a non-profit called Acts4Others and serving on numerous civic and industry councils and boards.