Mentor: The Kid & the Ceo, A Simple Story of Overcoming Challenges and Achieving Significance

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Mentor Hope Llc, 2007 - Self-Help - 175 pages
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Tony has run-ins with the law and no direction in life until he meets Malcolm, a businessman who has faced many of the same challenges. Because Malcom is willing to share his knowledge and experience with Tony, they both become successful and significant. There are setbacks for both student and teacher, but with hope and action they overcome their difficulties. This uplifting story is a quick and easy read. Inspired by actual events, this book shows anyone how to overcome challenges. It demonstrates the importance of sharing this information with others so they have the opportunity to grow and establish a successfull life, despite the odds.

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User Review  - diananagy - LibraryThing

This book has larger print and so its a bit of a shorter book but let me tell you it is worth the read! Not something to be missed. Wow! I started reading this book about a kid getting out of jail and ... Read full review

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

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About the author (2007)

Author Tom Pace is the founder and the CEO of PaceButler Corporation. Tom is passionate about expanding his reading and mentoring program through MentorHope , LLC, an organization started by his commitment to make the world a better place. For more information visit www.mentorhope.com. Co-Author Walter Jenkins began was an attorney and sports agent before he began his career as a writer and speaker. He is a former managing editor of the Oklahoma City University School of Law Law Review. Visis his website at www.walterbjenkins.com.

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