John P. Foppe. from: $ What’s Your Excuse? Making The Most Of What You Have. John P. Foppe. from: $ Cual Es Tu Excusa?: What’s Your Excuse?. John Foppe, born without arms, has faced obstacles-both physical and emotional -his entire life. While some see his condition as a debilitating handicap, John. John Foppe is an extraordinary individual. He is a husband, father, speaker and author of the book “What’s Your Excuse? Making the Most of What You Have.
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John Foppe: Make the Most of What You Have
How to make the most of everything you haveeven if your situation folpe not ideal. But what he’s always had is an indomitable faith? Lists with This Book. You will only know if you read it!
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How to make tough choicesand why usually the thing we need to do is the last thing we want to do. His story will inspire you, impact your thinking, and most of all provide you with inspiration to take your life to a whole new level.
Whether you are in sales, leadership, a student, or in transition, this book will inspire you to take action. Born in Breese, IL very close to my hometownthis book will motivate you past comfortable laziness and really leave you saying, ‘What IS my excuse!? Write a customer review.
Not caring for handicapped, disabled, crippled, physically-challenged, etc. Open Preview See a Problem? Priscilla rated it it was amazing Oct 09, Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. That is, until their mother threatened to discipline them if they continued to shell out help at every opportunity. He wanted his mother to help him put his pants on. The things we give up for the right reasons have a way of coming back to us in some way, shape, or form.
Just what I needed. Geno rated it liked it Feb 03, By applying his own experiences as well as the unique insights he’s developed as a trained counselor and motivational speaker, John advises us how to confidently confront adversity and discover our own dynamic potential for accomplishment and fulfillment. Igwe David rated it liked it Sep 12, So before I wrap up this review, I just have some questions for you.
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What are we supposed to call it? Got it for my husband for his bday, in February. He also has no arms.
John’s writing is easy to read, and always practical and positive. See our Returns Policy. Delivery and Returns see doppe delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item?
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