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Mentor : the kid & the CEO

Author: Thomas Alan Pace; Walter Jenkins
Publisher: Edmond, Okla. : MentorHope Publishing, ©2007
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Tony has no direction in life and no hope for his future ~ until he meets Malcolm, a businessman who has faced many of the same challenges. Because Malcolm 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 challenges and difficulties, and achieve significance. Inspired by  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Alan Pace; Walter Jenkins
ISBN: 9780979396236 0979396239
OCLC Number: 759179757
Notes: "A simple story of achieving significance."
Description: xv, 175 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Caught --
Back in jail --
90 days to wait --
"Group" --
A blue book --
Charles --
A miracle --
The CEO --
Mondays --
Judgment --
Running --
Gary --
Felony --
Digging holes --
Lance --
Action --
Ten % --
Gold --
26.2 Miles --
Fear --
Courage --
A God thing --
The kid --
Find a mentor --
Be a mentor --
The list --
Read! --
The authors --
Mentor hope.
Responsibility: Tom Pace, with Walter Jenkins.

Abstract:

"Tony has no direction in life and no hope for his future ~ until he meets Malcolm, a businessman who has faced many of the same challenges. Because Malcolm 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 challenges and difficulties, and achieve significance. Inspired by actual events, this book shows anyone how to overcome challenges. It's a quick-and-easy read for busy people, new readers, and those with short attention spans. It demonstrates the importance of being responsible, taking action, and investing in people. It is the ultimate story of hope."

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