Going the Extra Smile

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Aformer street-tough, angry, scowling man who inspired fear, now shares how a smile changed his life.

When it comes to a positive, can-do attitude, George Foreman is the champ, and in Going the Extra Smile, he sharespersonal stories and key insights about achieving victory in the ring of life.His approach is upbeat and light-hearted, but his principles have depth and are rock solid.He deals with the various dynamics found in a smile?including resilience, optimism, the ...

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Overview

Aformer street-tough, angry, scowling man who inspired fear, now shares how a smile changed his life.

When it comes to a positive, can-do attitude, George Foreman is the champ, and in Going the Extra Smile, he sharespersonal stories and key insights about achieving victory in the ring of life.His approach is upbeat and light-hearted, but his principles have depth and are rock solid.He deals with the various dynamics found in a smile—including resilience, optimism, the willingness to forgive, seeing the best in others, not taking oneself too seriously, and more. This book of practical, hard-won advice will be a treasure to encourage young and old alike.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781404104198
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/23/2007
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 1,070,357
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 7.22 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

George Foreman, once boxing's heavyweight champion of the world, is best known today as an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is a frequent speaker at nationwide events and a New York Times best selling author. George is an ordained minister and preaches twice a week in his church in Houston. He is the father of ten.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2007

    going the extra mile

    I love george formans new book 'going the extra smile' it has some very special life lessons that he shares from his own life as well as some uplifting and inspirational scripture and as an added bonus he has some quotes of famous people that show how you can be courages and get your life more positive.this little bestseller is small enough to fit in a jacket poicket yet it shows you that God has great courage for you but it also offers some remarkable life lessons that will offer alot of strengh and hope to get back on track. great gift idea for family and friends. if you liked God in my corner you will love this book also.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2007

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    This is a wonderful little book to read through and keep handy. The author gives personal examples and lessons in teaching how staying positive can change one¿s life for the better. Whether you¿re really down, just need an attitude tune-up, or are already a positive soul, this is interesting and essential reading for everyone.

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