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Our Road to Damascus Now an Audiobook!

I’m excited to share Our Road to Damascus: 7 Lessons for a Life of Purpose and Meaning is now an audiobook! 

And it is available for download at your favorite audiobook platform — and just in time for Christmas! 😉        

(Hint, hint: there’s a tip for you, late Christmas shoppers) 

If you are up for bringing me along in your commute, have me join you during your chores, or simply use me as an excuse to avoid seeing those people you don’t want to see during the holiday season, then here’s your chance.  And if you do, I’d love to hear what you think. It definitely took way longer to produce this than I expected. 

Visit danassisi.com/books for a list of retailers in the US and abroad for print, digital, and audio editions. 

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