James F. Smith

Biography

James Smith, better known by his friends as “Smitty,” was born in 1940, is married, and has two children and one grandchild.

He is an Air Force Veteran with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. He has spent most of his career in the Nuclear Engineering Field as a Program Manager and is still gainfully employed.

Mr. Smith has a refreshing point of view about life, specifically believing that mankind lays his own road, brick by brick, as he travels his path, and he fully subscribes to the premise that outside help (spiritual) is there for the taking at any time.

He sees absolutely no conflict between science and the existence of a Supreme Being. He is an avid believer in maintaining a healthy mind and body of which he says, “Without, life can become very trying.”

This is Mr. Smith’s first publication that mirrors much of what he has seen in life. He is of the opinion that most of mankind’s ills are a result of the way in which he chooses to utilize and apply his free will. It is this hypothesis on which he bases most of his writings.

He wishes you the absolute best in all that you aspire to accomplish and he implores you to keep the “Spirit” as the main ingredient in all that you strive to do.

GOOD LUCK, STAY SAFE AND HAVE A GOOD LIFE

Where to buy in print


Books

Own It! How to Take Responsibility for Your Life — Step Up to the Mirror
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 38,510. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Religion and self-improvement
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Author James Smith takes the hardball “get it fixed” approach to getting your life back on track using personal philosophies and true-life events, spiced with a little humor and a touch of spirituality to guide you to your better life. Your actions evolve into your consequences, so you should make them good ones! Accept the challenge and let these words be the catalyst for your new beginning!

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