Little does Tony know that Malcolm is about to turn his life completely around. I don't know if I would classify this as a self-help book, but more like a book that could inspire someone to make changes or find a mentor. However, I wanted to read a few chapters first to get a sense of the book. Mentor Hope is on a mission to help spread a message of Hope – that we can all live more fulfilled, meaningful, and successful lives – regardless of past or present circumstances. I've heard a lot about this book and recently took a sales training that he put on at his company's building(PaceButler). It was heartwarming and has a lot of really good values. How Tony ends up in the end? Inspired by actual events, this book shows anyone how to overcome challenges. We’d love your help. How many of us have said this a million times over thinking that the solution is going to drop from the sky and we will finally be free of all burdens? Tom Pace doesn't. The Mentor: kid and CEO. Mentor, The Kid & The CEO by Tom Pace Paperback. I didn't think I was going to enjoy it. This makes them come off as disingenuous. That and the $50 guarantee on the back made me roll my yes, expecting this to be some kind of evangelizing self-help book. What might resonate with one person might totally miss the mark with another. Now you can get a free promotional copy. Tom … A quick read, this book is a must for all ages." To have mentors throughout your life is vital, and having God as the center of your life is a must. At the beginning of November, I received a fairly cryptic email stating that I would be sent this book in the mail. Tom Pace is the author of the book Mentor: The Kid & The CEO and CEO of Pacebutler Corporation. Just a couple days after Tony is settled in he starts heading up to what they call "group" and there he meets Malcolm, a businessman who faced similar challenges as Tony. Be the first to ask a question about Mentor. I appreciate so much what the author was trying to accomplish and I love the constant reminders on each page of how to live a life of purpose. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I loved the book of recommendations as well! 590 likes. I loved this book for its simpilicity and power. I read it within hours of receiving it. And this one didn't (so far) change my life. I like building my classroom library, so I didn't want to turn away a free book. Directory of Profiled Business People: Tom Pace P, Barbara - Packiaraj, Vijay > Pace, Stephanie - Pace toups, Jennie > Pace, Toby - Pace, Tom > Pace, Tom 1-25 of 71 Contacts Serving as a mentor brings many challenges and rewards, with the best mentors working to shape their mentees into other leaders, rather than just good followers. Once he is out of jail he also meets Gary a guy that Malcolm has helped and Gary is willing to also help Tony, both these guys are wanting to help Tony with anything and everything needed. Dates and Times: Wednesday, March 11th, 2020. He calls us every day. Until one day a man who has a big reputation in the jail tells Tony that he is only young and he has a hole future ahead of him and to go to a man named Malcoms class and do whatever he tells him to. Nate credits his transformation to a solid foundation based on reading and mentorship. It's the story of a guy who goes to jail for stupid decisions but changes his life by associating with a mentor named Malcolm. I didn't think I was going to enjoy it. While the book is not complex or masterfully written, it definitely delivers on a number of levels. My son is incarcerated, he is 19 years old and I know he's innocent. It's for those of us who can't quite find a mentor. It inspired him so much. Probably not one I’d recommend if someone asked. The MENTOR: The Kid & The CEO, is a must read for all. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The tips in the book alone were very inspiring to me. Author interviews, book reviews and lively book commentary are found here. My son is incarcerated, he is 19 years old and I know he's innocent. This is a simple story about an unlikely pair of friends who learned the meaning of trust to overcome the odds and turn their failures into dreams. This book is about a young man who is 19 named Tony who gets into trouble with the law and finds himself in jail for the second time. I. Feel free to … He has been reading and your book inspired him so much he's been reading it over and over. Not because I have been through the ordeals he went through or disappointed my loved ones like he did, but because of his straightforwardness. Today he is an avid reader and the CEO of PaceButler Corporation, a multi-million dollar international. I’m not saying I wouldn’t recommend it to my students but I would preface some things before doing so, especially with regard to the biased religious sections. Tom is happily married and has two wonderful daughters. On the back of the book there is the claim, "Tony's [the book's narrator and protagonist] story will change your life." March 1st 2007 Each page has a tip on how to improve our own lives piece by piece. I've read a lot of inspirational tales and in social work have worked with a lot of inspiring people, clients, staff and volunteers. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Here you will find pictures, links, and other information gathered in my daily journey as a Radio personality here in Shreveport. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Some students may be fine with this but others would see right through it. Our centerpiece book, Mentor: The Kid & The CEO, written by our founder Tom Pace, is based on an inspiring true story about a person who followed this simple process and it completely changed his life….. Tom Pace is the founder and CEO of PaceButler Corporation which he launched in 1987. It is accessible to all reading levels and definitely might be the absolute perfect book for any of my students who are struggling to find meaning and purpose in life. 4.6 out of 5 stars 27. Really easy read. PaceButler Corporation CEO Tom Pace, with assistance from speaker and former attorney Walter Jenkins, present Mentor: The Kid & The CEO, an uncomplicated story about a most unlikely friendship. The kid (Tony) made another stupid mistake. I promised myself I would never be back," is how Tom Pace decides to introduce you to the setting and the character Tony. This is the attitude and way of life everyone one should be striving for. Contact at Tom@mentorhope.com I am the Executive Editor of shrevetalk.com. However, wasn’t my favorite. Author Tom Pace is founder and CEO of PaceButler Corporation. I’m all for healthy spiritual beliefs but I would want to be sure that no one felt like I was pushing Christianity on them. Read The Noticer by Andy Andrews instead. Mentor: The Kid & The CEO By Tom Pace - FictionDB. Only 2 left in stock - order soon. This book literally arrived in the mail with a note from a stranger telling me I needed to read it. Tom Pace. Tom Pace speaks at businesses, schools and Job Corps centers about the principles he has used to go from not being able to read at 26 to being a multi-millionaire. Scared of this this guys he end up going to the class and meets Malcom, Malcom is a really successful man who is always talking about how important it is to have a mentor. I also appreciate that it was a quick read that highlighted some great principles to live by. I'm on a state-wide mentoring council so I'm sure someone googled me and then passed it on, but it was still a fun surprise. This is the ultimate story of hope. I did take a the knowledge of this book with gratitude and I appreciate it. Biography. Tony always refuses to participate in anything so he just sits in his cell. Because Malcom is willing to share his knowledge and experience with Tony, they both become successful and significant. To inquire about Tom speaking at your event, contact us at info@mentorhope.com , … I also appreciate that it was a quick read that highlighted some great principles to live by. As soon as Tony's sentence is over he is determine to follow all Malcolm's advice to find a direction in life. I totally buy into the significant impact that a mentor can have on someone and this book did get me thinking about different ways that we can provide this sort of program in schools (I work in public education). Malcolm is willing to share his knowledge and experience with Tony, and the personal growth that both achieve as a result is amazing. He never tried to read anything before and he called me (mom) and talked the whole time about this book. However, I wanted to read a few chapters first to get a sense of the book. I was not required to read it, rather the students for the professor I was subbing for did but after chapter 3, the things the author said resonated with me. This is required reading for everyone except Tom Pace, he really hit the nail squarely. Very motivating. But this book is up there in terms of motivation and inspiration. The MENTOR: The Kid & The CEO, is a must read for all. A blog by the mentor Tom Pace. 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Saturday, April 18th, 2020. I am so excited to recommend this to a number of my students and I 100% think this book packs enough punch to change people's lives. I don't have not one negative thing to say about this book. This is one of those books I would highly recommend depending on my target audience. I'm on a state-wide mentoring council so I'm sure someone googled me and then passed it on, but it was still a fun surprise. I tried to find it so I can read it but I can't. This uplift. There's also a long list of book recs in the appendix - many of which I've added to my GoodReads page. At this point, I was pretty intrigued but still very skeptical, especially because of the offer on the back (If you don't find this book worth your while, call me and tell me why, and I'll give you $50). I highly recommend this book for anyone who feels like they are stuck in life! I tried to find it so I can read it but I can't. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction . This book came to me in the mail at the school where I work, unsolicited. What might resonate with one person might totally miss the mark with another. Thank you for writing such a good book that it has inspired my son. 4.8 out of 5 stars 92. Tom is happily married and has two wonderful daughters. This book really shows why everyone should feel empowered amd confident no matter what life throws at them. i am on page six right now and so far the book is good it is about a young adult that is trying to stay out of trouble but can not seem to found how. $11.56. This book will bring hope and encouragement to those down on their luck, thinking life has nothing to offer them. Tom and Leslie have 2 daughters, Emily & Abby. Nate first read our book, Mentor: The Kid & The CEO, in 2017 and his life today is unrecognizable! In the end it is up to you. I totally buy into the significant impact that a mentor can have on someone and this book did get me thinking about different ways that we can provide this sort of program in schools (I work in public education).