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Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

Named the No. 1 Sports Technology writer in the U.S. on Oct 1, 2014.

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Saturday
Feb092019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Merch by Amazon Blueprint: Uber Chronicles

Uber Chronicles: Tales from the Front Seat

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drive for Uber? Have you ever been curious as to what kind of people use Uber? Where they are going? What do they talk about during the ride? How do they behave, or misbehave?

This is the book to read!

Sunday
Feb032019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Merch by Amazon Blueprint: Six Figure T-Shirt Business In One Year

Here's a unique book.

Can you create a huge t-shirt business?

Maybe by reading this book!

Sunday
Jan202019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: FitStickz #1- Simple Fitness & Awesome Workouts For Humans 

If you’ve been looking for something to get you off the couch and guide you through brand new proven workouts that will burn stubborn body fat, stimulate lean muscle and help you get your ultimate body without wasting hours in a gym, all delivered in a brand new visual art style with multiple bonuses and follow along video workouts included …then this book is for you.


FitStickz is different.  It’s a non-intimidating Fitness book series for anyone who’s ever wanted to get fit but was afraid to ask.

  • Maybe you’re new to fitness, confused by the science or you’ve never tried bodyweight training.
  • Maybe you’ve done some exercising but are REALLY put off by busy gyms and want to get lean and increase strength at home.
  • Perhaps you train a lot and are looking for something different to add to your muscle building workout arsenal to carry you right through those plateaus.

No matter what your reason ‘why’ it’s fair to say anyone can enjoy life and get fit and healthy if they stay consistent with the right exercises and of course have fun exercising.

Link:

https://www.amazon.com/FitStickz-Simple-Fitness-Awesome-Workouts-ebook/dp/B072592DKM/ref=zg_bs_159818011_f_38?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=NS800SV6RP5E7Y12GAKQ

Saturday
Jan122019

Kindle Free Pick of the Week: Will it Fly?

 

Have you been burned from rushing into a business idea too quickly? Discover a step-by-step system for testing your concept before it goes to market. 
Are you the kind of person who likes to fire before you aim? Do you have an endless list of business ideas with no clue as to which one you should run with? Smart Passive Income founder Pat Flynn has created multiple successful businesses, and learning from his experiences may be the key to starting your idea off on the right foot. 
A lack of proper validation kills more businesses than anything else. Will It Fly provides you with action-based examples, small-scale litmus tests, and real-world case studies that ensure you properly vet your idea before you spend your hard-earned time and money. Pat’s book is the business flight manual you never had to transform your part of a plan into a business that takes off and soars. 

 

Saturday
Jan052019

Tyler Trent's Legacy Will Go On with New Book

According to the twenty-year-old sports writer, suffering from a rare bone cancer, "Three months ago, doctors gave me three months to live…but, by the grace of God and the generosity of Colts' owner Jim Irsay, here I am."
We lost Tyler Trent this week.
This young man is beloved by the Purdue football team and staff, as well as the university and surrounding community. But it was only this past fall that Tyler Trent's harrowing story rocketed out of Indiana and into the national spotlight when he boldly predicted that Purdue would defeat Ohio State.
On October 19, 2018, an ESPN interviewer asked Tyler about the future, presumably inquiring about his cancer prognosis. But Tyler's response focused instead on the next day when his Boilermakers would face the seemingly invincible Ohio State Buckeyes.
"The immediate future in my mind? Purdue beats Ohio State."
The ESPN video of Trent's story and subsequent prediction went viral, being viewed more than 20 million times on the internet. https://goo.gl/s4fgsW
Though he was virtually alone in making this call, the next day his Boilermakers soundly defeated the Buckeyes, 49-20…and miraculously, he was well enough to experience the historic moment in person, even offering a short post-game speech in the rowdy Purdue locker room after the game.
Tyler had never worn a Purdue jersey or helmet on the field, but he had become a key member of the team.
This game provided the underlying metaphor of Trent's book, THE UPSET: Life, Sports, Death, and the Legacy in Between. Scheduled to release March, 2019 (Core Media Group, 260 pages, $24.99), the book features a Foreword by Trent's friend and ESPN anchor, Scott Van Pelt, as well as endorsements from many influencers in the world of sports and media.
Tyler Trent has had this kind of impact.
THE UPSET: Life, Sports, Death, and the Legacy in Between can be pre-ordered online beginning Dec. 28 at www.tylertrentbook.com.
A portion of every purchase on this website will be donated to cancer research in Tyler Trent's name…and to help families facing cancer.
"Most people never see their legacy come to pass while they are still alive," Tyler's dad, Tony Trent, said. "We would love for Tyler to tell his story and reach his goal for cancer research, supporting families who are battling cancer."
Tyler and his family's dream is to raise at least one million dollars to help defeat this horrible disease.
Excerpt from The Upset:
Every night, until I felt I had grown out of it, my mom would sing the lyrics to "You Are My Sunshine" as she tucked me into bed. Her sweet voice lifted my spirits. Every time. I didn't realize until sometime later how much these few, seemingly happy stanzas would impact me in such a lasting way.
The first three lines are filled with such joy, so much so that it's easy to somehow sing right past the tragic potential of pain tagged onto the end…
Please don't take my sunshine away.
When Mom sang to me, never in her wildest dreams—or even her most graphic nightmares—did she ever imagine that her "sunshine" might actually be taken away. But when I was fifteen years old, our family began living life in the last line of the song—in a place where a terminal illness threatened the very joy of life itself.
To all people in this world—including you—who face everything that makes us suffer these fears of both the known and unknown found in cancer or in any of the other infinite difficulties of life—our family has joined your ranks. You are not alone. Together, we are the broken. We are the suffering.
We are the upset.