The Right Words at the Right Time

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Marlo Thomas
Thorndike Press, 2002 - Self-Help - 493 pages
24 Reviews
From big cities to farm communities, from office cubicles to hospital wards, from Normandy Beach to Boston's Fenway Park, the contributors to this remarkable volume -- selected from among thousands in a nationwide search --- tell riveting stories about the words that changed their lives forever.

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User Review  - Elise Swenson - Goodreads

This is one of my favorite "have to give a talk go to book". There is always something inspiring and fitting for what I need to hear. Read full review

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User Review  - Margee - Goodreads

A rather quick read. Marlo Thomas has been fortunate with so many positive role models (including her father) in her life. If you like a little word of wisdom from some big names and not so big names, you'll like this book. Read full review

Contents

Muhammad Ali
21
Lance Armstrong
38
Tom Brokaw
56
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Marlo Thomas was born Margaret Julia Thomas on November 21, 1937 in Detroit, Michigan. She was raised in Beverly Hills, California. Her parents called her Margo as a child but she became known as Marlo because of her childhood mispronunciation of the nickname. Marlo Thomas graduated from the University of Southern California with a teaching degree. She began appearing as a regular on the Joey Bishop Show (1961-1962). She continued her acting career with appearances on My Favorite Martian and Bonanza. It wasn't until 1966 when she acieved the role of Ann Marie on the sitcom That Girl. The series ran for 5 years and gave her a Golden Globe Award and four Emmy nominations. After this series Marlo Thomas released a children's book, Free to Be...You and Me, which was inspired by her niece Dionne Thomas. In 1973 she along with Gloria Steinem and Patricia Carbine became the founders of the country's first women's fund, The Ms. Foundation for Women. Marlo Thomas also starred in television movies such as It Happened One Christmas, Nobody's Child and The Lost Honor of Kathryn Beck. She has also appeard on Broadway in shows such as: Thieves and Social Security. She is also active with the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee where she serves as the national outreach director.

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