Aaron Lumpkin engages us in a friendly but persuasive exploration of the fleeting nature of life and the meaning of our individual lives. Relentless in his efforts to convince us of the urgency to take action, Lumpkin coaches, prods and questions as a benevolent Dutch uncle who has taken his share of hard knocks--and wants better for us. --Michael W. Propper, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee.Many people are not able to live successfully because their lives are torn apart by addictions. ... During the seminar, a man read a fascinating essay on drug abuse that had been written by a high school student in Nashville, Tennessee.
|Title||:||You Get One Shot at Life-Aim for Success|
|Publisher||:||Winning Publications - 2006-01-01|