Talk, Walk, & Win: Navigating the Tough Years
Do you know why they don't publish books on how to fail? It's because we are all very good at it already. You will come up short at times and that's okay. You most certainly will have to regroup and start over on more occasions than you would prefer. It's how you handle these failures and adversities that shape who you are and who you will become.The signs are everywhere. Drugs, alcohol, violence, and teen pregnancy haunt every step our children take. With the adversity children and teenagers face today, what can a parent do to give their child every opportunity they need to be happy, well-adjusted adults? Are your children ready toTalk, Walk, and Win?Jerry Hargrave understands the issues facing today's youth. Growing up as the child of divorced parents, he faced many of the issues plaguing today's children. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of his own parents, he was able to overcome these obstacles and become a successful professional, husband, and father.Talk, Walk, and Wintakes a head-on approach to addressing the critical issues facing today's youth from a perspective any young person can identify with. Hargrave offers frank analysis and insight into the keys to living a successful, happy life, including ideals like character, confidence, and respect. He employs humor, personal anecdotes from his life and others, and a variety of insights from successful athletes, scientists, and leaders to provide readers of all ages an engaging context to grasp these critical concepts.
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