Uncle Frank Sez Tracy E. Myers

ISBN: 9780982908396

Published: March 3rd 2011

Hardcover

122 pages


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Uncle Frank Sez  by  Tracy E. Myers

Uncle Frank Sez by Tracy E. Myers
March 3rd 2011 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 122 pages | ISBN: 9780982908396 | 10.32 Mb

Every so often, you find a book with a unique personal flavor. Here is one written by Tracy Myers about the sayings of Uncle Frank . Everyone should have an Uncle Frank. Uncle Frank gushes his wit and wisdom with an inimitable down home flavor. HisMoreEvery so often, you find a book with a unique personal flavor. Here is one written by Tracy Myers about the sayings of Uncle Frank .

Everyone should have an Uncle Frank. Uncle Frank gushes his wit and wisdom with an inimitable down home flavor. His sayings ( Frankisms ) are not the kind you would expect to hear at typical tea parties or genteel coffee-klatsches . They are, however, sage pieces of advice from a man who has lived life, understands human frailties (including his own), and who wants to give the rest of us the benefit of his hard-earned knowledge.

It is his caring and frank way of passing along to us these nuggets of his experience to make us better and more successful people that keeps our rapt attention.Uncle Frank s expressions are anchored in love, wisdom, integrity and experience. His Frankisms are to be savored, implemented and lived. They highlight the values of forthrightness, honesty, and planning advice we don t often get in a politically correct, me first world, and the kind of advice responsible parents or caring teachers pass along to their students.

It s like a tough love prescription for success If you are disciplined enough to adopt most of these Frankisms, some of which may be new to your way of thinking, you will be motivated to succeed with integrity. The ability to care about others while making a better life for yourself and your family are universal ideals.

The vehicle to get you there is eloquently expressed by Uncle Frank as: The standards set for you by others can t be higher than the ones you set for yourself. That is his version of the Golden Rule. His final comment in the book on quitting is one that none of us should ever forget We should read, learn and inwardly digest that one before we give up



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