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About Phil Barth
After college Phil moved to southwestern Ohio, taking his love of Cleveland sports with him.
In 2011 Phil finished in the Top 10 (out of 30,000 competitors) in the Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking. In 2018 he finished in the Top 20.
In 2015 Phil finished in the Top 100, and in the cardiac wing of Bethesda North Hospital. That event led to his constant search for great things - the subject of his most recent book.
Phil uses stories and humor to entertain and motivate audiences throughout the country, and his wife and three sons at home in Williamsburg Ohio.
For his 15 minutes of fame, Phil won $32,000 on the TV game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" in 2002.
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Are you tired of all the fighting? Check out this book!This is a book for all the people who are ready to see the good in others, good in the world and good in themselves.
On August 5, 2015 I took a surprise visit to the cardiac wing of Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati. I suffered what was labeled a "small" heart attack. I remember thinking "if this is small I'd hate to see medium."
Per the advice of my Doctor I changed my diet, started exercising more and decided to work on controlling stress. This book is about the stress control part of my change: For the past four years I have written a daily list: Great things that happened today. Each day I celebrate the great things that happened. Since I started this journey I've met some fascinating people, discovered new recipes and celebrated life. My goal is to share the celebration with you and start a "Great Things" movement.We can do it, because great things happen all around us and they happen every day.
UPDATE NOVEMBER 2020: Effective immediately $1 for each book sold will go to helping children in El Milagro Peru. See also the pictures on my author page.
A look inside the mind of a Cleveland sports fan.
For Cleveland Sports fans, 2016 was a year like no other.
- The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA championship.
- The Cleveland Indians won the AL championship.
- The Cleveland Browns won a game.
Painful expressions like "Red Right 88", "The Drive", "The Shot", "The Fumble”. were suddenly replaced by “The Chasedown”, “The Shot (Kyrie version)” and “Wow! The Browns won a game!”
This book takes a humorous look at each of the teams I love. It looks at the highlights: (Cavs 2016 championship, Indians march to the World Series, the Midges), the lowlights (The Drive, The 1997 World Series, every Browns season since 1999)
It celebrates the teams we love through thick and thin.
If you have fond memories of World B. Free, Jim Thome and Greg Pruitt, this book is for you.
If you have nightmares about Michael Jordan and John Elway, this book is for you.
If you can't say "Pittsburgh Steelers" without throwing up a little in your mouth, this book is for you.
If you've never called the Baltimore Ravens anything nicer than Ratbirds, this book is for you.
If you think Art Modell should make the hall of fame on the next February 30, this book is for you.
If you suddenly started hating the Chicago Cubs last November, this book is for you.
If you just want to know more about what it feels like to grow up rooting for Cleveland sports and having years of belief finally rewarded, this book is definitely for you.