I am the author of 'The Second Day' along with Oie Osterkamp. Based on the premise that the two most important days of your life are the day you were born and the day you realize why you were born, 'The Second Day' takes you on a journey with troubled teenager, Sam Williams, as he struggles to find his worth in the world. While not completely a true story, there are many truths found in this novel.
My first book, 'Holy IT!' - A Guide to Finding and Doing Your Thing - Your 'IT' was released in 2009. It was written to help you identify, and start acting on, that thing that you (and those around you) know that you should be doing, but aren't. We all have one. What's yours?
A long-time veteran of the mortgage industry - I had an itch to do something bigger. After going through a journey that included a lot of reading, a lot of coaching and a lot of growing, I identified my purpose in life - to HELP OTHERS ACHIEVE. In order to fulfill on that purpose, I managed to carve out time during the best and worst two years that the mortgage industry has seen to write 'Holy IT!' That started my writing career, which shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.
I am the founder of Achieve IT Media in Apex, North Carolina. Achieve IT is the parent company to two of my product offerings - do IT groups and do IT coaching. My hope is that you will read my books, identify your IT / find your second day and decide to act on it. Then, in order to get the input and accountability that you need to be most successful, you will start one of our mastermind groups in your area. As needed, you can go deeper on topics with one of our coaches through do IT coaching.
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The Second Day
Fifteen year-old Sam Williams is battling emotional demons during his sophomore year in high school. He thinks he's alone, but is re-introduced to family and friends in a way that changes everything. Sam's journey from the depths of despair to a sense of worthiness will inspire all who read 'The Second Day' - teenagers and their parents alike.
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