Always a Tiger

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Always a Tiger

Always a Tiger

ISBN
09449f04-d48b-3e44-bbbd-2555babf17c5
Always a Tiger: Keep Movin’ Forward is written from the point of view of a common middle class man. Who, through all of the tragedy had to go to work, deal with middle class financial means, and set an example for his children. The book is an introspective, inspiring, and spiritual memoir of a man whose life’s career as an educator and coach has been dedicated toward the betterment of young people. Mark Miller’s unique personal story involves six different kinds of extreme tragedy: the cancer and death of his wife, Mark’s role in an automobile / motorcycle accident fatality, one murder, two suicides, losing two friends to brain cancer as well as almost losing his family in a single car accident of their own. Yet, through the power of attitude, choice, faith, family, football, and love, Mark has re-married and is trying to be better not bitter. Mark’s story is about the daily impact of his Christian faith, identifying with his family’s military heritage, the blessings of family, friends and loved ones as well as the application of the life lessons of football. Through the empowering attitude of the conscious choice to work to be better and not bitter, it is a testament to the time enduring fact that, even in death, God and love never fail. Always A Tiger: Keep Movin’ Forward is a memoir with direct interest for anybody needing or wanting a new perspective and appreciation about life. Successful leaders know and acknowledge the fact that assistants and subordinates perform most of the work that makes an organization successful. The Pareto Principle states that 20% of the people do 80% of the work within an organization. General Colin Powell and other great military leaders agree that the true status of an organization can be measured by getting feedback from the soldiers. Always A Tiger: Keep Movin’ Forward is written from the perspective of being a Military Dependent, not the solider. The perspective of a coordinator and / or assistant coach, not the head coach. The care giving husband and father, not the cancer patient. Adversity is defined as an unfavorable fortune, event, or circumstance. A Tragedy is a fatal, lamentable, or disastrous event. Priorities and their significance have distorted our views of reality and what is important in life. The purpose of this book is to help people prioritize their lives, identify those priorities significance, isolate the difference between adversity and tragedy, while equipping them with a daily approach and attitude toward life.
  • Categoría BISAC BIO026000
  • Formato Epub 2
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2017
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