Can I Help You
By: Jon Lewis
About the Book
Can I Help You describes the journey of the author from childhood to retirement. How family relationships can affect people and how remote family members helped him overcome problems.
Although the author has a master’s degree, his success has come mostly from learning outside traditional education. The readers can gain success through self-help from many sources including libraries. They can learn the difference between wants and needs and take action to become very successful in whatever they do in their life.
About the Author
Since retiring, Jon Lewis has been giving back. He joined CASA for kids until a health problem ended that. He is a member of two chambers of commerce, was a volunteer at the local library, and continues to be a Friend of the Library. Having overcome many obstacles, he has helped many people overcome their obstacles. Perhaps his story will help others learn to live a better and more successful life.
(2021, paperback, 58 pages)
Reviewers have said:
"There are two reasons why I recommend this book. One is that your life seems to yell “In this world you will have tribulation, but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.” Second is that anything that might urge someone to take inventory of their own life is worth reading."
"I truly enjoyed your book. Many people see disadvantages and hardships as “walls” or “setbacks”. It is absolutely clear that you pressed on, looked forward, and overcame."