An Attitude of Gratitude
Hay House, Inc, 2003 - Gratitude - 235 pages
In this heartfelt memoir, motivational speaker and life coach Keith D. Harrell writes passionately about the lessons he's learned from his parents, grandmother, teachers, coaches, mentors, and friends as he overcame stuttering to become one of the nation's top-ranked professional speakers. Tall, skinny and shy, Harrell painfully learned on his first day of school that he couldn't talk like the other students. Embarrassed by the kids' teasing and feeling dejected, he ran home during recess, where he was met by an understanding mom who wouldn't allow him to remain discouraged. The lesson Harrell.
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