How do each of us define success? Is it the accumulation of money and stuff? What are our life's stories? They point directly to the answer. This book is about fourteen people, all living in the same corner of Colorado, some of whom know each other. Would it surprise you to learn that there were fourteen sets of life stories, and fourteen different expressions of nearly the same definition?
"I was grounded until three unsolicited people came to him and said I was a nice person. They couldn't be my friends-it had to be an adult in the normal course of life going to him and saying, 'Hey, I saw your son doing something good,- an unsolicited good report."
"Chris said, 'I have two rules: be on time and play hard. Everything else takes care of itself. Because, if you are not on time, you won't catch the bus, and you won't be with me...."
"I really see myself as an educator more than anything. I like to be able to make a difference, whether it's teaching someone how to land an airplane or helping them to understand anything else in life."