Pull Your Pants Up...and Be a Man!
Pull Your Pants Up...and be a man! is a book to inspire thought and change. It will benefit the young thirteen-year-old boy who may not be fully aware of the steps he should take in planning a good life. It will be equally beneficial to the eighteen year old who has wandered away from a life of decency and good judgments. Pull Your Pants Up covers: What kills a dream? How can you start to dream again? Is it too late for you? How important is education in reaching your goal? What is a family, and what role do you play in making it work? How are you related to your neighborhood? How do you show respect? What is the honest way to make money and save it?Pull Your Pants Up is a simply written, easy-to-understand book. It is interactive, and not a book to be read and put aside. The reader is asked to write down his thoughts and accomplishments in three separate areas, at the end of the book. (1) What did you learn from reading this book? (2) How will you apply what you have learned? (3) What have you applied so far? When he has finished writing on the blank pages of this book, which will take some time, he should have made great changes in his life and be well on his way to being a better, more productive person.
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