Finnegan's Way: The Secret Power of Doing Things Badly

Finnegan's Way: The Secret Power of Doing Things Badly

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Overview

Finnegan's Way: The Secret Power of Doing Things Badly by Charles Kelly, Kee Rash

We've all met people who made a difference for us, who stepped up at just the right time with advice and wisdom. Finnegan, a mysterious, congenial man who may or may not be British, is just such a person. He's the focus of this life-changing fable: Finnegan's Way: The Secret Power of Doing Things Badly. Finnegan is not dispensing advice on how to grind the last bit of work out of underpaid employees. Instead, he has a life-affirming message for everyone: the manager, the employee, the lonely man seeking a relationship, the stressed-out woman seeking to lose a few pounds, the dispirited person trying to get going again. Finnegan forgives. He understands human failings. He doesn't chide us for complaining that someone moved our cheese. Instead, he shows us a way to use our mistakes to get us where we want to go. Once you meet Finnegan, your life will never be the same again.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985891169
Publisher: Charles Kelly
Publication date: 10/07/2013
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.21(d)

About the Author

Charles Kelly, formerly a reporter for The Arizona Republic, was co-winner of the Arizona Journalist of the Year Award in 1992. During his career as a journalist, he investigated the 1976 contract murder of Republic reporter Don Bolles, located several missing heirs, and helped a wrongly convicted American tugboat captain get out of a Mexican prison. He is the author of the novel Pay Here, issued in 2007 by Point Blank Press, the story "The Eighth Deadly Sin," published in the collection Phoenix Noir, issued in 2009 by Akashic Books, and the self-help book Finnegan's Way: The Secret Power of Doing Things Badly. His biography of an amnesiac hard-boiled novelist, Gunshots in Another Room: The Forgotten Life of Dan J. Marlowe, was published in 2012. Kelly lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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