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Stop Moaning, Start Owning: How Entitlement is Ruining America and How Personal Responsibility Can Fix It Paperback – October 27, 2015
"Baby Boomers, Generation X'ers, Generation Y'ers, Millennials―have I forgotten anyone?―wake up! The problem isn't them – it is you. In this book Dr. Brian Russell explains why life is what you make it, not what you can get others to provide you. You are entitled to nothing. This book is like a condensed and cost-effective therapy session. Read it. Heed it. Find your contentment."
―Diane Dimond, journalist, author, and syndicated columnist
"I recommend this book for both lawyers and non-lawyers. As an attorney and father of three, I believe this book will stimulate discussion concerning entitlement versus personal responsibility."
―Mark Eiglarsh, national TV personality and attorney
"Read this important new book, give copies to all your kids and anyone else who wants to read about what needs fixing in the USA."
―Eric Tyson, bestselling author of Personal Finance for Dummies
About the Author
Dr. Brian Russell is a clinical psychologist and an attorney who also holds an MBA. Among the major media psychologists, he has an incomparably well-rounded perspective on what inhibits productive behavior and facilitates destructive behavior at the individual, family, and societal levels in America. As a therapist, Dr. Brian has spent countless hours treating adult and child clinical and relational problems, as well as representing both high- and low-profile clients as a lawyer, explaining the root causes of destructive behavior as an expert in courtrooms, classrooms, boardrooms, and to the general public via speeches, radio.
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It was a quick read, but not deep by any means.