My Father Since His Quadruple Bypass Surgery

umOuch

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Earlier this year, my father had some serious heart issues come to the forefront and it rocked our family, as well as his career. He has been an extremely successful salesman and pastor since I was a young child. He has always been known to be a great man with great insights by all those who have known him. Since he was forced to rethink his life and career choices... due to his health... he has decided to take to writing.

He is Blogging about His sales experience HERE: http://www.danbrasher.com/empowering-blog.html

He is Blogging about his health situation HERE: http://rmh2dt.blogspot.com/

He just "self"published a book on Amazon HERE: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DG9ED5A/

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If any of you are into reading BLOGS on these topcis... it would be awesome if you checked them out and gave honest feedback... I know he would be eternally grateful! As would I. ;)
 

mj71

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I will get chance to read through these mate,but before i do,i want to wish you father and the family all the best.I remember when you told us a bit back that he wasnt well and you were going to see him and i wondered how he had been since
Good to see there is word from him.
Wishing you all the best from across the pond buddy
 

umOuch

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HAHA...

Thanks guys and gals. ;)

I have helped my dad by building up a website for hime to try to continue his Sales Training via the web... and to be honest... serious input helps in any venture ;)
 

Jarvis

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What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. It's good to see that he's doing something and not just sitting around feeling sorry for himself. Well done Mr. Um0uch
 

spaceghost

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I read his blogs and can relate to everything he writes about.
He has that old school thinking. Really enjoyed reading them.
Tell him to stay healthy and keep on trucking.
 

AdriWhite

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Your Dad is great for wanting to do something creatively after recovering. His positive approach to life is more than enough. Good that you care about him so much. Wish him all the best in his writing.
 

voinage

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Glad he is well and using the horrible experience in a positive fashion. I have seen the other side of the coin a few times....
Brilliant.
 

ute

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Tell him to walk as much as he can ,( and wear the "socks" ) this helps my Dad .

He had a quad and new valve 2 years ago ..it sure did through him for a loop ( he is 87 )

Glad your Dad has the outlet to write , and hope his recovery is going well