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I Got ThereJT McCormick s story is incredible He proves the value of hard

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self belief and a to achieve one s dreams An absolute must read You ll devour this book and leave it feeling very inspired He didn t uitBefore I even opened this book a lump had already formed in book a lump had already formed in throat for the little boy he had been This story was both heart wrenching AND truimph READ IT NOW Wow This is a great book I m so glad I decided to splurge buying a new book after listening to the author speaking on StartEdUp podcast My next step is to get this book in the hands of as many of my students as I can Great book about the incredible story of someone who overcame as the title suggests racism poverty and abuse to become a successful businessman in his own right i definitely recommend to anyone own right I definitely recommend to anyone likes these types of stories Real life lessonsThis book should be listed on books to read for students and reuired reading for oung men The real life stories shared are touching and give a glimpse into a world many may not know and a light at the end of a turbulent tunnel for those in the knowGreat read Thank Le Tricot Poche Pour les Nuls you for sharing Touching powerful enlighteningI loved the frankness the straightforward this is how it was message His message of strength born out of the struggles of his past A ray of hope to others that life is hard but we all have the power to choose the path we take To make it great I got to hear this author speak which was excel. I'm not a drug dealerI'm not a rapperI'm not an athleteBut I am very successfulThat's not howou're supposed to open a speech if Deliciously Ella entre amis you're a successful businessman Especially ifou're a successful minority businessman in AmericaBut I'm no ordinary businessman this was no ordinary speech and I've had no ordinary lifeJT McCormick shouldn't have succeededHe was born the mixed race son of a negligent drug dealing pimp father and a strugglin.

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Lent I was happy to receive a copy of his book and learn about his story That being said it did become learn about his story That being said it did become little repetitive I Appreciate His Mission And What He S his mission and what he s for underprivileged kids but it didn t make for the most entertaining read Also the format was a bit strange with continuous line breaksspacing throughout the text Not sure if he was trying to make the book appear bigger than it really was A few uestions I had in the dedication he thanks his mother but as I read through it I realized it was a whole section of Dear Mama by Tupac No credit was given for using Tupac s material Is this legal Don t VO2 max l'preuve du temps you need to citeour source Is Tupac s material public domain I can t believe that Just one thing on the book jacket the author is said to live with his wife and 4 children In the dedication he thanks his wife and 5 children then names them all At the talk I attended he was also said to have 4 children So glad I read it but also happy it was a uick read I just heard JT McCormick speak on Feb 1st This biography is essentially his speech The book is very good Written in a very biography is essentially his speech The book is very good Written in a very relatable style While its not the greatest book I every read JT s life story is VERY POWERFUL While not meant to be political in any way it sure is a recent refutation of how someone who grew up poor and in trouble is able to make a promise to his mom and himself that he will do and be better His family needed public assistance. G single mother He was raised in the slums of Dayton Ohio suffered incredible abuse and racism and had multiple stints in the juvenile justice system He barely graduated high school and has no college degreeBut succeed he didStarting by scrubbing toilets JT hustled and worked his way into better opportunities eventually finding incredible success in the mortgage industry He was on top of the worldAnd then it all fell apart He lost his. To survive but he believes the reliance on that system robs people of their freedom and Self Worth And It Breeds worth And it breeds kinds of other problems in communities with high public assistance rates where jobs are readily available And he talks about starting at the bottom So it stands to reason he would go to Juvenile Detention Centers and speak to Kanji et Kana : Manuel et lexique des 2141 caractres officiels de l'criture japonaise suivi de caractres composs formant un vocabulaire de base de plus de 12 000 mots young men who are in the same place he was just a few decades agoIfou get a chance for free or to PAY to hear JT s story even if ou ve read this book ou need to go He does not go into graphic detail but you need to go He does not go into graphic detail but are enough shocking things that he experienced as a Profession Slasheur: Cumuler les jobs un mtier d'avenir young child and as an adolescent thatou can see what many oung men and women never escape to something better and are on the fast track to prisonI m so thankful to God that he helped JT go thru so many Job like tragedies so he could be the married father of four and successful business man he is today I m appalled at what he went thru and much much thankful I didn t have to endure any of what he did I m not half the man he is so I doubt I d be able to overcome and write a Book Like This I like this I like to think I could but when ou read this book and I recommend How To Top Like A Stud: A Penetrating Guide to Gay Sex. (Like A Porn Star) you doou will be thinking to ourself could I have gone thru all this and overcome Truly an inspiring story and looking forward to having my kids read it although there are some very graphic scenes in the book which will hopefully turn their stomachs like it did min. Job and his moneyBut instead of stopping him this setback became the springboard for him to reach even bigger heights eventually growing and becoming President of a multimillion dollar software company and then CEO of a multimillion dollar book publishing start upGripping heartbreaking enlightening and ultimately uplifting I Got There proves that no obstacle is too difficult to conuer and that the game can be won by anyone from anywher.