Hunter Harrison, the revolutionary railroader from Memphis, dramatically turned four publicly traded companies into cash machines. Starting as a laborer when he was a wayward teenager, Harrison spent a half century in the rail business and nearly two decades running Illinois Central, Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, and CSX.
Defying the Odds offers five promises of hope:
Promise #1: You are going to ponder, laugh, cry and fall in love with an extraordinary woman who has let you into her brilliant mind and shares the depth of her soul.
Krystal Hart has cerebral palsy and uses an electric wheelchair to get around. Three years ago, she was in a special classroom with other kids like her. She is now mainstreamed, and is in second grade. She explains what she can and can not do to the class.
This is a basic bodyguarding course. It's written in a manner to teach basic skills to those who are starting out in the profession, those who want to increase their knowledge and also gives an in-depth look as to what bodyguards are expected to do, the people they work for and the intruders that they protect them from with hundreds of questions to check understanding.
The two brothers from the novels MOLOKA'I NUI AHINA and PUNAHOU BLUES resurface in this hunting episode set on the east end of Moloka'i island.
Ben and Jeff are camped above Brownie's Gulch when Ben fires across Kainalu Valley at a buck.
Jeff is about to discover the underpinnings of his brother's relationship with their grandmother.