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Wins and Loses
My 80 Years On and Off the Court
by Charles Thomas Crosby
My life seemed so ordinary over the years, hardly worth writing about, but my family, my friends, and my ancestry, that’s a different matter. This book is not about me alone.
I was an all-American basketball player in college and a successful coach, but like all of us, my story was interrupted several times over the decades.
This is me on and off the court, my wins and losses.
Available in paperback on Amazon.
Approaching Life With Confidence
Defeat Depression and Anxiety by Taking Charge of Your Mind
by Brian K. Chandler
This friendly, hands-on book offers simple principles of human behavior that, when understood and applied consistently, can significantly improve the quality of your life and satisfaction with who you are.
That’s a bold claim, but you are guided through the change. It will take your best effort, but these lessons and examples and suggestions and reminders can empower you to take charge of your mind and your behavior.
It really is that simple, and you can begin now.
Available on Amazon.
Two by Two
Life of a Mormon Missionary
by Brian K. Chandler
The purpose of this book is to take the reader through the life of a fairly typical Mormon missionary from childhood to post-mission life.
It reviews basic tenants of the LDS faith, including aspects of Mormon culture, and provides some understanding of the whole concept of missions. It discusses how one prepares for and is called to serve a mission and ultimately what missionaries do on a daily basis.
Personal accounts from individuals who have served missions in various regions of the world are provided that highlight the many trials and blessings a missionary is likely to encounter.
Available on Amazon.
HUSTLE Then REPEAT
by Michael Bowman
Your success may not be related to real estate or to car sales, but these ideas apply to any business idea you have or temporal success you desire. Here are the six success principles:
Hungry – Be hungry enough to satisfy your dreams and aspirations.
Unthinkable – Short on cash, I traded two trucks for three houses.
Suck up – Sometimes it pays to be a brownnoser.
Time – Countless cold calls and rejections, then comes the deal you want.
Limitless – Don’t settle for other peoples’ limits.
Efficient – Be smart and work your plan.
More important than any one of those principles is to Repeat. Repeat. Never be satisfied with just one good outcome.
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Growing Up on Pulley Hill
Times Were Tough Back Then But Life Was Good
by Nonnie Genese Pulley
I grew up in Mississippi, and as I walk down memory lane, my childhood memories are sprinkled with both sunshine and rain. As I look back on times past, it feels like springtime when the flowers are in full bloom compared to the way life is now for my children and grandchildren. Times were tough back then, but life was good.
As poor as we were, we lived the American dream. My parents owned their home with 16 acres of land, without a mortgage and debt-free. Our parents could discipline us and we could go barefoot, get dirty, or go hungry without Family Services knocking on our door because Social Services and Family Services were not invented yet.
I understand what they mean by the “good old days” because that is where I grew up.
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