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About Frank Borelli
A native of Cumberland, Maryland, Frank attended DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland and immediately thereafter began his law enforcement career as a Military Police Officer in the United States Army.
Having begun his law enforcement career as an MP, and upon receiving his first Honorable Discharge, Frank became a civilian police officer. His 30+ year career included assignments in patrol, training, youth services, investigations, task force assignments, and more. In 1995 Frank re-entered military service as a member of the Maryland Army National Guard serving both in the light infantry and combat engineers.
In addition to his police and military service, Frank began a writing career in 1999. With several hundred articles now published internationally, Frank is the Editorial Director for Endeavor Law Enforcement Media. And Frank has now launched a fourth career: built on his drive to help motivate others, he and his wife have become a fitness & nutrition coaching team. beachbodycoach.com/1782163
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Author Frank Borelli - an Army veteran and retired police officer with over 25 years of experience in designing and delivering adult education, a father and grandfather and author of twelve other books (including another self-help book and one parenting guide) - calls on the experiences of his own life and those of his friends/family to offer guidance in either finding a positive perception OR simply managing a negative one.
This book discusses such topics as general rules for a successful life, keeping your mind and soul "clean" of negative outside influences, finding your self-worth and staying aware of it, taking responsibility for your own happiness (or unhappiness as the case may be) and far more. The chapters include content on taking advantage of or MAKING opportunities at any age as well as maintaining a youthful approach to life in the "senior" years (those 50+ years of age).