Dad, You Were Right: Reflections From a Stubborn Son Kindle Edition
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-Nichole (reader, Amazon.com)
"Chris does an amazing job of sharing some very important life lessons that make life easier, happier and more beautiful. I couldn't stop reading, he's such a great storyteller!!"
-Abcampbell (reader, Amazon.com)
"The book Chris has written is jam packed with life stories,comforting, encouraging and though provoking...I would recommend this book to anyone any age, especially young parents."
-Victoria (reader, Goodreads.com)
"This was a wonderfully insightful book about lessons learned that touched me and made me want to have these conversations with my own son." - (reader, Amazon.com)
"This book has qualities much like that of "The LastLecture" by Randy Pausch. Like Pausch's book, Schatz's book discusses morals, traits and characteristics everyone should strive to embody."
-Mike (reader, Amazon.com)
"Chris Schatz shares stories that are as inspirational as they are insightful, life lessons learned from his father that have helped him find happiness and contentment and can help you as well."
About the Author
- File size : 526 KB
- Publication date : June 13, 2015
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 157 pages
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Publisher : Chris Schatz; 1st edition (June 13, 2015)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1512277622
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00ZNODZKK
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,995,678 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book has qualities much like that of "The Last Lecture" by Randy Pausch. Whereas "The Last Lecture" was written by a terminally ill father to his young children, "Dad, You Were Right" provides the alternate perspective of a son whose father died too young. Like Pausch's book, though, Schatz's book discusses morals, traits and characteristics everyone should strive to embody. While some of the lessons are novel, some are as old as time. Nonetheless, each story reinforces the value of the described characteristics in a modern world.
Even for those that have never had the privilege to meet Dean Schatz, this book offers advice and "lessons" that everyone should pass on to the next generation.