Armed Forces Retiree Joseph Easley Releases Tell All Memoir
In the words of Maya Angelou, "If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." Maintaining a positive attitude during challenging times is an approach adopted by author Joseph Easley, and stands as the foundation for his new book.
In "A Little < TMI," Joseph Easley provides readers with a collection of introspective, inspiring snippets of his life. As readers follow Easley on his journey, they will see how he changes and grows through the triumphs and struggles he endures.
As Easley takes a reflective look on his life and the lessons he learned, he reiterates the importance of positivity when experiencing changes in lifestyle, overcoming health problems or making difficult decisions.
"Almost anything can be accomplished when necessary changes are realized and accepted with a positive attitude," Easley said. "I want readers to know that it takes hard work and diligence to succeed."
Offering unique insight on the day to day in the armed forces, Easley's personal story illustrates the major impact on his life from his service in the Navy. A memoir focused on change and personal development, "A Little < TMI" offers readers a story about the human experience and the importance of open mindedness and optimism.
"A Little < TMI"
By Joseph Easley
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Xlibris online bookstores.
About the Author
Joseph Easley attended the University of Tulsa and was the first person in his family to receive a college degree. He has served as a computer systems specialist and operations research analyst, having received a gold medal for outstanding performance, the highest award that is given by a federal government agency. He currently resides in Washington, D.C. where he works as a treasurer and member of the board of directors for a large vacation beach resort.
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