Mentor: The Kid & the CEO

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Mentor: The Kid & The CEO, 2007 - Fiction - 175 pages
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Tony has run-ins with the law and no direction in life until he meets Malcolm. Because Malcolm is willing to share his knowledge and experience with Tony, they both become successfull. There are setbacks for both student and teacher, but with hope and action they overcome the setbacks and achieve siginificance. An uplifting story and quick read. Inspired by actual events, the book demonstrates the importance of sharing information with others so they can dream and establish a successful life, despite the odds.
 

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Mentor the Kid and CEO

User Review  - krh4h - Overstock.com

Excellent book. I had gotten a copy earlier from a speaker and after reading it I wanted to get multiple copies to share with others. I am currently building a library of books that the author and ... Read full review

Wonderful book for all ages!

User Review  - Merissa - Borders

My son is 12. He is really struggling with accepting responsibility and being in control of his own actions. This book had a very powerful message! He really enjoyed reading it too and didn't want to ... Read full review

Contents

I
1
III
5
V
8
VIII
13
XI
19
XIII
24
XV
28
XVII
36
XXXI
87
XXXIII
97
XXXV
100
XXXVII
104
XXXIX
112
XLI
125
XLIII
129
XLV
137

XIX
44
XXI
48
XXIII
54
XXV
70
XXVII
76
XXIX
81
XLVII
145
XLIX
153
LI
157
LIII
174
LV
176
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Author Tom Pace is founder and CEO of PaceButler Corporation. He is passionate about expanding his reading and mentoring progam through MentorHope, LLC, an organization started by his commitment to make this world a better place. To find out more visit www.mentorhope.com. Co-Author, Walter Jenkins, was an attorney and a sports agent before he began his career as a writer and speaker. Walter is a former managing editor of the Oklahoma City University School of Law Law Review. Visit him at www.walterbjenkins.com

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