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“The author creates an aura of wisdom about a great many things.”
Quincy Jones, Details Online
“I'm just a musician and a record producer. I'm not a psychiatrist. I don't understand all that stuff. We all got problems. But there's a great book out called Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart. Did you see that? That book says the statute of limitations has expired on all childhood traumas. Get your stuff together and get on with your life, man.”
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, 1/20/2010
Palm Beach Post, 11/28/10
“A book I not only like but respect.”
This book reinforces things we know, but in a clear way to make us 'see it'.
It's a very cool and accessible book about "30 True Things You Need To Know Now", written in short, several page essays.
I really enjoyed the book, one of the best that I have read in a very long while - The author is very honest...
Re examining life through the eyes of someone else is valuable and enlightening. This book offers this opportunity. The insights are quite powerful.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
great. written so well and a great take on life and how to view it.Published 9 days ago by Elaine Nickel
Wonderful, witty book. Brings in some reality that really makes you think.Published 27 days ago by LindaC
I wish this book had been titled: Too Soon Old, Too Late WISE as it would be a much more accurate title. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ronald M. Furgerson
Great book--good for newly-weds--old folks like me--helps with relationships and raising children--wish I had read it "sooner"Published 2 months ago by jim briglin
I think I've read all his stuff. The author has something pithy to say about most everything - and right on the noggin!Published 2 months ago by Jon R. Christensen
Good book. Make that light bulb above your head go off. Definitely a worthwhile read and gives a new perspectivePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A Psychiatrist reflecting back on his years; having experiences like we all do - some very good, some very bad, and most in between and putting this in a language we can all relate... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard M.