A simple, clear book about careers, relationships and the challenges of raising children, written with warmth, humor and words to inspire.
Imagine a self-help book written with compassion and Mark Twain-like humor. A book that doesn’t lecture but shares stories about life and lessons learned late. Imagine being inspired by simple words.
A sampling of the “five star” reviews:
“Written as one would imagine a modern Benjamin Franklin might write a self-help book (think “The Father’s Almanac”), the author shares common sense ideas, thoughts and suggestions on how to live a better life, proving once again that common sense is not all that common.”
“I read this book, put it down, and then read it again. The personal stories ring true and the lessons learned are universal. Highly recommended.”
“Very organized, easy read! I loved this book!”
“Things I Wish I Knew is an inspirational collection of thoughts, analysis and advice. It is a heartwarming book!”