Sporting the Right Attitude: Lessons Learned in a Troubled Family

Sporting the Right Attitude: Lessons Learned in a Troubled Family

Sporting the Right Attitude, is an inspirational memoir and practical handbook to help young adults overcome life's obstacles and find the confidence to go after their dreams.

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Sporting the Right Attitude is an inspirational memoir and practical handbook to help young adults overcome life’s obstacles and find the confidence to go after their dreams.

The book highlights super athletes and the principles they use to win. Walter Jackson shares his compelling personal story of a violent childhood and a car accident that put him in a coma and left him bitter and angry. By using the winning principles he learned in sports to change his attitude and untangle limiting beliefs, he tapped into his personal power which anyone can do. You don t even have to like sports to use the (easy) steps in this book which emphasizes that it’s not bad things that happen which hold you back, it’s your attitude that keeps you from winning in life.

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Genres: Family Relationships, Self-Help
Tag: Recommended Books
Publisher: Self Awareness Trainings
Publication Year: 2008
ASIN: 0963408631
ISBN: 9780963408631
List Price: $136.22
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Janet Alston Jackson

Janet Alston Jackson is a relationship expert, award-winning author, and co-owner of Sporting the Right Attitude. She facilitates Leadership programs with her husband, author Walter Jackson. Janet is a former publicity executive and manager for ABC/Disney and CBS Television Networks, who has promoted hundreds of episodic television shows, and celebrities. For more information, please visit www.SportingtheRightAttitude.com or email
Jacksons@SportingtheRightAttitude.com

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