Growing up I constantly heard from my mother, you can be anything you want to be in life. Don t let the world determine who you are and never become a victim of your circumstances. I ve carried those lessons to heart and by doing so became a loner while in school. I had my ups and downs as being lonely can lead to fits of depression. Over time poetry became my best friend. On my worst days, being able to write kept me from taking drastic actions against myself. If this book is not inspirational hopefully it will get you thinking. Again, this is just a collection of my humble most vulnerable thoughts. Nothing more, nothing less.
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According to Tracy family legend, Bryan Tracy became a deep thinker the day he was born, not uttering his first words until the age of three. Born in the city of Mobile, Alabama and being surrounded by old school influences, Bryan learned the values of hard work, being respectful, and how to think for himself at a young age. Growing up he took those values to heart. Sometimes he had to be reminded of those values from his mother forcing him to pull a switch from a bush so that she could use that switch to spank his backside, but he s a better man for that. The preacher man says thank God for the good times and the bad times. Bryan has not forgotten that lesson, and continues to be a quiet humble soul as these days on Earth continue to pass him by.
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Book Description Legacy Book Publishing. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. Bookseller Inventory # G1937952460I5N00