Can I Get a Do Over?: Unforgettable Stories of Second Chances and Life Makeovers (Paperback)Rick Domeier (author)
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revisiting a way of life--these are some of the life-altering 'do overs'
we face, whether by choice or by circumstance. In these uncertain
times, the opportunities for starting fresh are appearing more frequently
. . . if only they are recognized and seized. In Can I Get a Do Over?
multichannel retail giant QVC's senior host Rick Domeier takes an up-close
look at the amazing people who were courageous enough to ask for a do over
and overcome great odds and obstacles, literally reinventing whole aspects of
Through in-depth interviews with everyday people as well as celebrities such
as Happy Days' Anson Williams, figure skater Peggy Fleming, and comedian
Adam Holtz (a.k.a. The Great Holtzie), this lively read takes an entertaining
and action-oriented approach to the process of reinventing one's life. Not
another how-to book that offers steps and tips for change, this book lets its doover
stories encourage and teach by example.
Rick Domeier has spent the last sixteen years as a host on national television and has
appeared on every major broadcast network. As a senior host on QVC, Rick has worked with
countless celebrities and entrepreneurs, including Suze Orman, Tony Robbins, Joan Rivers and
Rachael Ray. He is the recipient of QVC's Ace Award, QEmmy, and the Cornerstone Award, the
Network's highest honor. He is married and has two sons. Visit him at www.rickdomeier.com.
Max Davis is the author of sixteen books and has been featured on The Today Show, USA
Today, and The 700 Club. Visit him at www.maxdavisbooks.com.
Publisher: Health Communications
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 372 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 17 mm
Successful QVC host Rick Domeier, with the help of inspirational author Max Davis, has successfully turned his hand to writing.
He's chosen an unexpected and timely topic for his first book. Whether the need for change comes about by something like
the recent economic meltdown, or is brought about by a gnawing discontent with one's current circumstances, Domeier
believes that it represents an opportunity to wipe the slate clean and start over.
Not a step-by-step manual for changing your life, this book is instead a compilation of individual success stories intended to
motivate and teach by example. There are stories by celebrities like Peggy Fleming and Adam Holtz and stories about
historic figures like Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan. Predominantly, however, the book contains stories about miraculous life changes made by ordinary people, with names that most of us are not familiar with.
With a lively foreword by Joan Rivers, a stellar lineup of endorsements, and Domeier's goldmine smile on the cover, this one should sell very well. The fact that it actually delivers solid, inspiring content will be value added for your customers.
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