If you love to learn the skinny, the funny, the sad, the betrayals from and about the rich and famous, read pushing 80 years old Jerry Weintraub's book that covers over half a century of life among them and continuing.
Want insider stories of Sinatra, Elvis (and the Colonel) and John Denver, at one time NO. 1, NO 2, and NO. 3 on the charts, then get this book as fast as you can.
If you want more, more is definitely to be had. Weintraub's book is a heuristic, self-discovery book on the art of persuasion after you learn the art of being a creative specialist, which Weintraub also teaches in this book.
You gotta love Weintraub most of all because he's unafraid. I felt like he showed me his full humanity in 291 pages, then I wondered, "Is this just the tip of the Weintraub iceberg?
Everyone from high school students to centenarians can learn how to get what you want when you want it if you follow the lessons in Weintraub's stories.
Want to explore creative solutions to impossible problems? Find the story of the disappearing and reappearing 5,000 bolted down concert seats. Picture the immense mass under a tarp hiding in plain sight.
A mircle for me would be any of Jerry Weintraub's efforts in the promotion of my new book From Jesus to Heaven with Love: A Parable Pilgrimage that has the potential to move our world in a more positive direction if enough people read it and learn how to love themselves and everyone else more unconditionally, just as Jesus teaches in His 33 parable stories in the book.
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