I stopped this book around 150 pages because I wanted it to be affordable to most Americans of all ages. In this book I let people know of my experiences in life and how that has led me to be where I am today. I talk of my upbringing in a small town, the work ethic instilled in me, and how these childhood factors were challenged as I worked in a variety of professional environments.
This book is really a catharsis on many levels because it let me relive my federal lawsuit and try to forgive those that cost me hundreds of thousands of dollars. It also lets people know that to make changes, WE have to make the changes. I was sick of lying politicians, so I ran against an incumbent Republican and was elected in my first efforts at politics. I also learned of the sleaziness of people in the world of politics and government/business and the problems that these often hidden relationships can cause everyone.
I hope this book acts just as I describe it: a life, college, business and political lesson all rolled into one for less than $15. That would make any TV infomercial barker jealous, wouldn't it?