NEW YORK - September 18, 2020 - (Newswire.com)
Mike (Paps) Nicholson, a writer who had a career in construction safety, has completed his most recent book “Making Life a Home Run”: a gripping and potent read speaking about personal experiences that brings out insight and advice as to how one should pace his life in order to score a home run and achieve success in this game of life.
Mike writes, “Think of life as a baseball field. Home plate is birth, and your trip to each base equals twenty years of your life. What can keep you from reaching all bases? That is what I want to share within this book. These clouds you will face can hinder you from reaching home plate. There are important decisions you make starting as a teenager that can impact your ability to score a home run. Even if you are thirty, forty, fifty, or sixty years of age, you will find subjects that can assist you or your loved ones in keeping them within the baselines and scoring safely. Making Life a Home Run is not a baseball book; it’s a book of life experiences that are intended to give you some insight in to things that need to be considered in these times we are now facing. We and our loved ones today are facing a constant barrage of social media, 24-7 news coverage, and just a sheer lack of sitting down at the dinner table and discussing decisions that we may be making that has a dramatic effect on our physical and mental health. My wife of fifty-two years just gave me a thumbs-up emoji! Enjoy the book, mark it up, turn down the corners, it’s a tool.”
Published by Fulton Books, Mike (Paps) Nicholson’s book is a helpful tool that tackles how life can be compared to a sport, where the end goal is achieved by the way one plays the game.
With how the book shares information and wisdom, readers will surely be inspired, motivated, and highly energized to commence the game.
Readers who wish to experience this creatively thought work can purchase “Making Life a Home Run” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Mike (Paps) Nicholson's New Book 'Making Life a Home Run' Brings Out a Brilliant Metaphor That Depicts Life