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How to Live a Full life and Leave a Legacy

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Paperback / softback

£10.99

Publisher: Carpenter's Son Publishing
ISBN: 9781948484039
Number of Pages: 208
Published: 01/09/2018
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.8 cm
Start living a life full of love, joy and peace today as you follow James's life story and learn how he is leaving a legacy while squeezing every ounce of juice out of his life and overcoming the many challenges that life presents. James has travelled all seven continents in his quest for knowledge and understanding and has conquered the impact of cancer, bankruptcy, divorce, death, and immigration; just to name a few. James built a successful construction and leasing business with over 100 employees and sold the business in 2009. Today he manages a successful real estate investment business, actively trades equities and serves and supports his church and several non-profit organizations. Married with five grown children, nine grand-children and a great-grandchild, James speaks from personal experience about family life in America.

James Attrell

Born in the Rocky Mountains of Canada in 1950, James has been in Texas for over 35 years . He retired after selling the family construction and leasing business to spend more time with his wife Sherry, serving his church, traveling to visit family and the rest of the world, volunteering his skills wherever they might be needed, building a real estate investment company and a wildlife ranch to serve the community, doing what he could to improve the community for future generations through non-profit service, and learning new technologies.

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