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My name is Joel Comm, and as I travel around the world, I meet people from all walks of life. When you meet someone for the first time, what’s the first question that you ask them? The most popular question asked is “So, what do YOU do?”
I have discovered that when we stop long enough to truly listen to the answer, we discover something very special.
You see, I believe every person on the face of the earth is created with unique passions, talents, skills, abilities and personality that make them unlike anyone else who has ever lived! And when we are doing what we were made to do, we each bring a unique value to the world. That means you, too!
It’s not just the so-called “gurus” that have something to say. I believe that it is the people in our neighborhood – the doctors, pastors, teachers, photographers, writers, business people and others – who every day have the the greatest impact on the world around them!
Yes, it’s true. You are surrounded by genius!
And by asking one simple question, “So, what do YOU do?”, we unlock each other’s story and open a doorway to give and receive value from each other.
That’s why I am excited to present you with my new book.
My name is Peggy McAloon, and I am one of the authors who contributed to “So What Do You Do?” Volume 2. Our journey began in the fall of 2013 as a group of diverse people who each had a story that may change your life.
After years of abuse as a child and a debilitation car accident resulting in both physical injuries and a traumatic brain injury I had reached a point of desperation and depression that was a recipe for disaster. That is when I discovered a link to an amazing individual who had the kindest heart of any person I have ever known and a salvation that I never believed I could find.
The individual stories contained in this book will uplift and inspire you. They will encourage you to strive to fulfill your own dreams and become the genius next door that you have always been.
So, What Do YOU Do? Vol 2
Discovering the Genius Next Door with One Simple Question – NAMS Edition