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Mike Breaux doesn’t do life halfway—maybe that’s why he thinks a "cannonball” is the only suitable entry into a swimming pool. “Deep down, I think all of us sense we were put on this planet to do something significant—to touch someone’s life; to do some good.” Again and again, he’s seen the cannonball approach make that happen. “Water goes flying everywhere! The ripples go out, hit the side, and come back in.” In this book, Breaux shares the concept of creating “ripples”—where a life touches a life, which touches a life, which touches a life.

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