Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Review: Find A Way By Merril Hoge

From a young age, Merril knew it would be up to him to act on his dreams. He suffered abuse at the hand of his father, lost his mother at age 19, and was considered "too small and too slow" to play professional football.

He proved his critics wrong. Merril played eight seasons in the NFL before retiring in 1995 after a series of concussions. But in 2003, he faced his biggest challenge of all: cancer. Diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Merril took on chemotherapy with the same tenacity that got him to the NFL.

With every obstacle, Merril returned to the boyhood motto pinned on his bedroom wall: FIND A WAY. His experience is proof that what separates the extraordinary individual from the ordinary one is the will and determination to find a way to succeed. This book will chronicle Merril's personal battles, but it will also help others gain courage, resilience, and an undying spirit--motivating and inspiring readers to overcome any obstacle in their lives.

I'm a football fan so when I was asked to review this book I was excited even though my husband took the book and read it first. I thought it was a inspiring book showing how to overcome obstacles in your life because in all truth we all have gone through something life changing. So this book is great for everyone not just football fans!

Disclosure: I received this product for free and all thoughts expressed are 100% my own.

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