Kent cowboyed in Montana for 20 years, shoeing, breaking horses, packing, and riding, before having a wreck with a team of horses that left him with a broken back.
He had always made his living with that back, but it seemed that now was the time for him to start using his head. Kent put himself through college working as a Paramedic in Great Falls, graduating with a degree in Health Care Administration. Over the next ten years he worked as a hospital CEO, nursing home administrator, and received his MBA.
He is currently the managing partner of the family ranch, takes occasional assignments as an interim administator, and writes.
The "Law of Attraction" And "The Subconscious Mind"-2nd Edition, Getting What You Want in Life
on Dec. 19, 2011
There is some good stuff in this book, and it was helpful.
But it's lack of editing puts its veracity in doubt. There are literally dozens - maybe hundreds - of misspellings, extrapolated words, and homonyms that spell-check didn't pick up.
The layout and format aren't consistent
It appears that this book was written by someone who was in a hurry to attract some money, and didn't have time to ask someone with good English skills to read over.
The author offers no proof of the law of attraction, and few examples.
People with charisma, confidence, and media savvy can obviously attract wealth - but I'm still not convinced about us common folk.