Self-Value: The Story of Me
by Brandon Williams
Publication Date: Jan 01, 2019
List Price: $7.99 (store prices may vary)
Page Count: 397
Imprint: Kindle Direct Publishing
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Life is exactly what you make it, if you allow yourself to quit you will become a quitter. Our Lord fought and died for us so that we may have peace, longevity, and prosperity.
I believe that failure isn't achieved when you don’t reach a goal, but by allowing the outcome of not achieving a goal to make you feel as though you have failed. Failure doesn't occur when a goal isn't achieved, but rather when one allows his or her spirit to be broken by life and simply stops trying.
I say that one day soon the hardships in and of my life shall make me very fortunate and it shall inspire the world. This is an autobiography about my life. This is also an inspirational message to all people.
Self-Value: The Story of Me, is an eye-opening, poignant, often hilarious story that explores my twelve years of childhood homelessness, juvenile delinquency and success. My life story is about a mother and son in peril that finds serenity through their faith. In sharing my story, I highlight many problems society is faced with today such as domestic violence, illiteracy, bullying, low self-esteem, depression, and suicide. My story resonates with people fighting against those conditions and similar life experiences. This account of grand proportion has its fair share of humor, inspiration, suspense, betrayal, crime, sex and romance.
I am a by-product of all that is least desired and overlooked. When I was seven, I was functioning as an adult. By the time I made twelve, I was on my own and raised myself from that time forward. I grew up in a low-income community and was homeless most of my childhood. I believe that practicing self-value can lead to life improvement.
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